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Atlanta-Fulton Public Library- A Power of Libraries Story
Blog | 22 May 2019
  The Atlanta-Fulton Public library branch serves thousands of people in its community each month. In 2018, Fulton County Public Libraries embarked on a sweeping renovation project. This included closing the Central Branch in downtown Atlanta for 2 years. For some using this branch, it is their...

Study Hall: It's not just for jocks any more

Blog| 6 July 2009

I have heard it and I have seen it, time and time again in training. As a trainer, I have just gotten through a particularly tough concept and asked the class for questions. One person will always speak what’s on the majorities’ mind and state, “...

Cloud Computing

Blog| 30 June 2009

Cloud Computing. Now there’s a buzzword with a happy ring. It sounds like computing above the work-a-day fray. It conjures up visions of flight—it sounds light and...

Regional User’s Meeting

Blog| 28 June 2009

Have you attended a SirsiDynix user’s group meeting in the past? Are you aware of the annual conference and that there are user’s group meetings held regionally throughout the year? If not, you should.

I just returned from SNRG conference...

Alberta Bound

Blog| 24 June 2009

It was great to get out of the office on some customer visits earlier this month. While a colleague who shall remain nameless elected to explore Alberta via the commercial airlines, another colleague and I have a much better sense of the...

My Friend and Colleague, Jim Michael

Blog| 12 June 2009

Last weekend we in the St. Louis office of SirsiDynix were saddened to learn of the death of Jim Michael. Many of the former DRA Classic customers will remember that Jim was one of the founding partners of DRA. Jim was the librarian in the group...

SaaS Ensures a Healthy Outlook for Your Library

Blog| 11 June 2009

Recently, I strained my back and had to undergo a procedure to repair a herniated disk. During the recovery, I realized how difficult it is to perform at a basic physical level when part of my body is not operating at full capacity. With each new...

Open Incentives

Blog| 22 May 2009

When I was writing code for a living, I loved working with open source products. I loved being able to download a tool and get it running without having to lobby for a purchase order. I loved the fact that when I encountered an error using one of...

Trainer's Digest

Blog| 21 May 2009

Seeing how this is my first attempt to blog, I feel a little like Andy Rooney of 60 Minutes fame. As he often begins, “Have you ever wondered why...” Yes I have wondered why. Why it that people think an on-site trainer is the best means of...

Roadtrip Success: The Roadmap

Blog| 14 May 2009

So. Spring is finally making a convincing appearance around here and the kids are counting down the days until the pool’s open, school’s out, and most exciting, the possibility of a road trip looms. That brings us to a key element in road trip...

Save Time and Money-Even Make Money

Blog| 13 May 2009

In these trying economic times we pulled together a list of features in SirsiDynix Symphony software that might be used to save time, save money, and even make money. We couldn't believe what we could come up with in just a few minutes so I'm...

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