A hearty welcome to everyone who's found their way here via the latest What's New @ IEEE in Libraries! Stick around, visit, leave a comment, send me a message on Meebo.
My most famous posts so far have been the My Job in 10 Years series, some book reviews as well as my series of interviews with people in the scitech world.
- My Job in 10 Years posts, and pdf version of whole series for printing.
- Recent book reviews: The Trouble with Physics, Dreaming in Code, Everything is Miscellaneous, Balanced Libraries
- Recent interviews: Timo Hannay of Nature, Michael Morgan of Morgan & Claypool, Jane of See Jane Compute.
- Some conferences I've blogged: WILU 2007, Computers in Libraries 2007, Ontario Library Association 2007.
For those that are interested, here's the bit about me in the newsletter:
John Dupuis, a member of the IEEE Library Advisory council and the science librarian at the Steacie Science & Engineering Library of York University in Toronto, Canada, is the author of a weblog providing news and other information for academic and science librarians. Called Confessions of a Science Librarian, the blog features an assortment of posts covering anything from book reviews, recent news, software tips, general opinions, and fun facts. Updated often and written with a refreshing combination of humor and intelligence, the blog is sure to contain something for everyone.