I will be presenting at Internet Librarian International 2005, in the Global Best Practices track.
I will be talking about using browser extensions to add functionality to web pages.
It will be a 15 minute spiel, so I will be just covering a few areas quickly and providing lots of reference info.
Global Best Practices: How to Enhance Access with Browser Extensions, 10 October 2005, 15:15-15:30
* High speed internet access in Club rooms [this appears to be a room type].
* Wi-Fi Connectivity and internet points in lobby.
* Multiple broadband internet access in both function suites [conference rooms] with
Wi-Fi connectivity and full audio visual support.
* cafexpress - in house coffee shop; a light, airy and thoroughly
modern space with wide screen T.V, Internet access and a delicious
selection of freshly-made sandwiches and light bites
There doesn't seem to be a formal blogging plan. I am told
about blogging the event. We don't have any formal plans to do so right now, but a number of bloggers will be there, plus we are running a full-day track on collaboration, blogs, wikis, etc. I am certain the conference will be covered in the blogosphere one way or another.
I have set up a wiki for the conference since I will be vacationing in the area anyway and need to gather some information. Anyone else going and interested in the conference blog / wiki planning? There's not much content there yet, the URL is
XWiki actually provides both wiki and blog functions, I'm also going to look into the Web Services possibilities (particularly pulling photos in from Flickr.)