This website covers knowledge management, personal effectiveness, theory of constraints, amongst other topics. Opinions expressed here are strictly those of the owner, Jack Vinson, and those of the commenters.

My wife in a book

My wife, Marci Cohen, contributed a segment to A Day in the Life: Career Options in Library and Information Science, edited by Priscilla K. Shontz and Richard A. Murray, to be published on 30 April 2007 (Amazon link).  The description says:

Many people, not just those new to the field, are curious about their career options. The editors of have assembled 95 authors, each of whom describes a "typical" workday or work routine, sharing their joys, sorrows, and annoyances in refreshingly candid fashion. In the process, those interested in finding a similar job will be treated to useful skills, and advice across a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional jobs; in addition to public, academic, school and special libraries, consortia, associations, LIS programs, vendors, publishing, consulting and other non-library fields are covered. For library and information science students, prospective information professionals, new librarians, or anyone considering a career change.

Intranet-based information is useless

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