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 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 8:30am on day 2 of CODI 2006 in Salt Lake City and I guess most delegates will be breakfasting at the moment.
Let’s catch up with the action…
Over at The Gordian Knot, Susan “suzyq” Johns-Smith has posted her analysis of the opening keynote speeches:
Â» A Cautious Beginning
Ben has confirmed that those librarians were doing the internationally recognisable “YMCA” dance:
Â» CODI 2006 photos (first set) are now on Flickr
And at www.thezbar.net, the anonymous blogger/bloggerette/bloggerino is indeed venting their spleen:
Â» VISIONS OF CODI: DAY ONE
…I remember being amazed at the number of people who sat knitting during presentations at CODI last year. I now have nightmares that one day I’ll do a presentation and the entire room will be filled with people knitting away (clackerty-clackerty-clackerty-clackerty-clackerty…) 😀
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!
As the crow flies, I’m about 4,720 miles away from the CODI 2006 Conference, but I’m hoping that I’ll be able to keep up with all the gossip from the conferences bloggers and flickr snappers.
So, for the next few days I’m going to try and bring everything CODI 2006 related I can find together into one place. Please feel free to post comments if I’ve missed anything!
Wednesday is the first day of the main conference, but I guess all but the most serious party animals will be tucked up in bed at the moment. However, lets see what’s out there already…
Kevin Smith (aka “The Fiddling Librarian 3.0”) has already posted a couple of entries on his blog:
» CODI Conference 2006 (01/Oct/2006)
» A Grand Day Out (01/Oct/2006)
Kevin’s also posted 62 photographs tagged with “codi2006” on flickr:
“betdjibouti” has also started a flickr set:
I had the great pleasure of meeting Ben Ostrowsky (aka “sylvar”) at CODI 2005, and I know from his blog that he’s jetting his way towards Salt Lake City. Ben was a prolific snapper last year, so hopefully we’ll start seeing some photos soon! Just looking at this photo from last year gets me drooling all over the keyboard — seriously folks, you cannot buy white chocolate covered pretzel sticks in the UK for love nor money!
It looks like a bunch of librarians (Mary, Carol, Robin, Melissa, and Amy) have got together to contribute to the CODI 2006 / Salt Lake City Blogger weblog.
Maxine has also started blogging about her trip to CODI 2006 on Maxine’s Place:
» Salt Lake City, here I come!
Next up, an anonymous delegate is posting at thezbar.net:
» VISIONS OF CODI: arrival
Finally, keep an eye on The Gordian Knot blog, as there’s bound to be some action on there soon!
Tonight is also the ’70s Party event, so I can’t wait to see some of the photos!!!