Public Records – Research & Reason

In May 2007 I participated in a two-city three person panel continuing education event that was all about using the Internet for research.  “Find it Free and Fast…” a seminar sponsored by National Business Institute was an all-day event with a focus...

CTO in the White Houe?

Under the Bush administration librarians found themselves suddenly struggling to access government documents that were readily available in the Clinton administration.  FOIA was a hot topic and wire-tapping was/is a reality upheld by courts with less than proper...

Info Pro’s and Strategic Planning

It’s been about a week since I posted anything new here on the blog.  That’s not because I’ve been totally lazy, it’s just that I don’t want to rehash library blog stuff, I have nothing worthwhile to add to the wisdom of the economic...

Information = Knowledge?

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending a talk by Janice LaChance, CEO of SLA.  I was struck by Janice’s discussion about the importance of information professionals and research analysts in business. Information availability does not necessarily mean that...

Somerset Oil Refinery – Update

For those of you who may be interested, I wanted to follow-up to my Executive Briefing on Somerset Oil to let you know that this morning I was able to access the Grunberg Realty website. It is interesting to note that Michael Grunberg, when interviewed about the...