Anyway, what I reviewed was just the first of several cookbooks and this where the rest of this posts comes in. If you haven't submitted a story or idea yet from your library, this is your opportunity:
Calling all public libraries! Share the good, the bad, and the ugly about how your library maintains public computers.
The MaintainIT Project is crafting guides—called “cookbooks”— that offer practical tips and techniques for keeping public computers available. Share your triumphs, highlights, and daily routines—what’s standard practice for you might just be an “aha!” for someone else. Your experiences will fill Cookbooks with relevant, timely, and practical information, useful for all public libraries. We’d love to spotlight YOUR library!
Please share your story so others can benefit from your experiences. Contact maintainit(at)techsoup.org and we’ll arrange a convenient time to speak with you.
We’re organizing informal chats during the conference, and we’d love to learn about your library. We’ll provide the refreshments, you share your experience. If you’re interested, please get in touch! maintainit(at)techsoup.org
Got a good idea or story share? Why not submit it and help shine a little spotlight on your library? Come on, I know you have one ... why not share :)
PS: You can send them to me too! I'd be happy to pass them along.