Well folks, CODI 2006 is over!
It looks like it was another excellent conference, so congratulations to everyone involved in organising the event and many thanks to those of you who kept the rest of us up-to-date with your blog posts and photographs
If you were at CODI 2006 but you’re not a blogger, please consider posting your session notes and conference summaries to The Gordian Knot — there’s a lot of Horizon & Dynix sites out there who would love to read them!
The updates from the final day are…
Phyllis has posted:
Â» CODI 2006 â€” Customizable, Flexible
Â» CODI 2006 â€” day 3. Pocket Circulation
Over at the CODI 2006 / Salt Lake City, there’s:
Â» Mary’s week so far
Â» Carol’s update
Kevin has posted:
Â» Sumary of Codi2006 Days 2 and 3
The codi2006 tagged images at flickr are now up to 459 — that almost 3 times as many as last year!
“So you were teetotal until your library became an 8.0 beta site, huh?!”
It’s 9am in Salt Lake City on the 3rd and final day of CODI 2006.
Let’s catch up with the overnight action!
There’s now nearly 300 photographs tagged with “codi2006” at flickr
Over at The Gordian Knot, Super Susan and Luke have been playing catch up:
Â» The Missing Face (Steve Nielsen)
Â» Good news for serials catalogers
Â» OZDUG stars shine at CODI meeting
Â» The World of Indexes According to Shelley
Â» Migration – The Path toâ€¦
There’ll probably be a couple more updates, but let me say that I hope everyone has a great final day and a safe journey home!
It’s 11:30pm in Utah, so the 2nd day of CODI 2006 is coming to an end.
Here’s a quick update of the latest action…
Over at the CODI 2006 / Salt Lake City blog:
Â» Biblio’s Angels
Â» ’70s party
Â» The day after the 70’s party
Phyllis has a post about RFID:
Â» CODI 2006 – Day 2
Kevin has posted some more photographs to his flickr account:
And finally, I reckon Ben‘s in danger of getting RSI in his shutter finger!
It’s now 3pm in Salt Lake City on the 2nd day of CODI 2006.
Here’s what the bloggers have been up to…
Ben has posted the following:
Â» CODI 2006: Accessing Your Statistics
Â» This conversation could have happened anywhere…
Â» The cashless circ desk
Susan has posted this on “The Gordian Knot“:
Â» R is for Ed Riding
It’s now midnight in Salt Lake City, so the first day of CODI has come to an end. However, I’m pretty sure that there’ll still be a hardcore of delegates hovering around the bar!
Let’s catch up with the activity in the last 12 hours…
Kevin “Fiddling Librarian 3.0” Smith has posted his summary of day one:
Â» Codi 2006 Day One
Ben Ostrowsky has posted another two articles:
Â» CODI 2006: SQL tips from John Craig at alpha-G
Â» A reflection on conferences
…and Ben’s also posted 82 photographs of the first day to his flickr account!
Garry Collum has also uploaded some more photos to his flickr account:
That brings the total number of photographs tagged with codi2006 at flickr to 121!
Phyllis (who is the Support Services Team Manager at Marathon County Public Library in Central Wisconsin) has also started blogging:
Â» Codi 2006 â€” Opening Comments by Patrick Sommers
And last, but no means by least, there’s a veritable plethora of pertinent posts over at the CODI 2006 / Salt Lake City Blogger blog!
Â» Robin’s Wednesday
Â» CODI 2006 / Salt Lake City
Â» Melissa’s Panel
Â» Amy’s Panel
Â» Melissa’s Disaster Recovery Program
It’s now 12:30pm in Salt Lake City.
Ben Ostrowsky is the first person to blog about the opening session:
Â» CODI 2006 Opening Session
Knowing Ben, there’ll be some photographs on his flickr account soon!
It’s 7am in Utah, and I guess the delegates will be stirring from their Horizon filled dreams …or nightmares!
Weather wise, it looks like it’s going to be partly sunny with thunderstorms in Salt Lake City today, with a fair chance of rain.
Here’s an update on what’s hit the web in the last few hours…
Luke the Librarian has posted a request over at The Gordian Knot for any podcasts and audio feeds to be passed on to him.
Garry Collum (of Collum’s Column) has uploaded some photographs tagged with codi2006 to flickr, including these:
Garry is joined by redsquirrell57 who’s also posted some photos to flickr, including: