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Tea Time With Katina And Leah

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Matthew Ismail

Matthew Ismail has been traveling! He did take time out to attend the Charleston Conference in November.  He says that he loves meeting all the diverse people with whom he can have potential podcast conversations. Zack Ellis  is the founder of a fascinating company called TheirStory, a platform for oral history that is both excellent and exciting. Matthew’s latest podcast is with Zack and TheirStory. TheirStory streamlines the process of collecting, preserving, and engaging with audiovisual stories of a community. 

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Do you ever look for books on Abebooks? I find it a good place to look for books that are getting harder to find. I hadn’t noticed that it had been acquired by Amazon in December 2008 for $90-$120 million. It was founded in 1995 by Rick and Vivian Pura and Keith and Kathy Waters. The name Abebooks comes from their original name “Advanced Book Exchange.” It is headquartered in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Just saw that the sparkling Allen Mckiel, Dean of library services at Western Oregon University has celebrated 16 years of library service! He has spoken several times at the Charleston Conference on  Change operations. Allen  began his career as a programmer/systems analyst. Congrats, Allen!

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