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Otherness and Transgression in Celebrity and Fan Cultures conference recap

EDITED TO ADD: I cannot believe I forgot to thank the organisers! It was a really well thought out program, good venue, and great conference all round. 1,249 more words

The Musings

Summary of ELC-E 2014

I made a presentation of what I learned at ELC-E for my colleagues, with a lot of references to the original material (i.e. the slides on the LF website). 20 more words

Saying Yes to Customers at Auckland Libraries

By Fiona @ Balwyn

In October I found myself holidaying in Auckland for ten days. While I was there the 2014 LIANZA (Library and Information Association of New Zealand) conference was and being the library nerd I am I took myself along to the conference. 294 more words


Wakefield CPV forum presentations now available

Last week’s child to parent abuse practitioners’ forum in Wakefield received very positive reviews from those who were able to attend. The event was an opportunity for practitioners to share good practice in the development and delivery of child-to-parent abuse services. 87 more words

Child To Parent Violence

Souvenirs from Athens: recollections from ELF7

by Kaisa Pietikäinen

For an inexperienced conference-goer such as myself, the prospect of giving two separate presentations under the watchful (and no doubt evaluative) eye of several distinguished ELF veterans made my stomach turn. 1,374 more words

Conference Report

A report from "The mathematics of planet earth"

The mathematics of planet earth is a joint initiative from a consortium of mathematical sciences organizations around the world (organized nominally by DIMACS) that has the goal of showcasing how mathematics can be useful in tackling our world’s problems.¬† 354 more words


Open Source: A Job and an Adventure - Dawn Foster, Puppet Labs

Why do you want a job in open source?

  • Meet friends from around the world.
  • Travel opportunities: conferences, but also interacting with other companies.
  • Career opportunities: your work is visible, and you have a lot of connections.
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