The LibTech Life Blog is published by Rob Golbeck, a Webmaster at the Vancouver law frim, Clark Wilson LLP and the Chair & Website Administrator of the Library Technicians & Assistants Interest Group (LTAIG) of the British Columbia Library. His blog offers notes from the life of a law library technician turned webmaster.
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Connie Crosby and Eden Spodek released the first episode of a new podcast earlier this week called Community Divas. It’s “a podcast about communities” with a focus on social media tools and their use in building and strengthening various types of communities - be they physical,...
Attention web masters, designers, developers, writers, editors, and everyone else who makes websites: A List Apart has just released their 2008 Survey For People Who Make Websites! The survey aims to get a picture of how web design is practiced around the world. It is open to anyone, anywhere, who...
HA! I might have to get myself one of these.HA! I might have to get myself one of these.
A new report released earlier this week compares two British Columbia legislative tracking services, QP LegalEze and Quickscribe. Published by Crosby Group Consulting and commissioned by Stem Legal Web Enterprises Inc. the paper aims “to provide an objective comparison between Quickscribe and...
Many thanks to Tom Mighell for selecting LibTech Life as the Blawg of the Day over at Inter-Alia! This blog joins a lengthy and rather impressive list of other blawgs that span a variety of law-related topics. Take a moment to visit Inter-Alia. While you’re there, be sure to check out...
Yesterday evening I attended a lecture at UBC’s St. John’s College by Michael Geist, hosted by the Canadian Journalism Federation, on “E-publishing and the Law”. Dr. Geist spoke about what he referred to as the “new normal” - for knowledge, creativity, and public...
I have two speaking engagements this month at Langara College. On Thursday I will be representing LTAIG as part of a panel discussion on the benefits of association membership. Other panelists will represent the British Columbia Library Association, the Canadian Library Association,...
There’s a cool experiment happening over at law.librarians. Using the Prologue template on WordPress, law.librarians is a collaborative micro-blog that allows contributors to publish short entries - in this case for sharing resources, posting news, asking questions, and generally...
Steve Matthews, founder of Stem Legal (and former Knowledge Services Director at my firm) was interviewed for this week’s LexBlog Q & A on Search Engine Optimization (or SEO) for law firms. SEO is a topic that I’m just starting to wrap my head around, and it’s...