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The Liveliness of Archived Webinars: Mary Minow, Copyright, and Legally Safe Graphics (Part 1 of 2)

The liveliness of archived training opportunities—including Infopeople webcasts and webinars—was never so apparent to me as it was yesterday while I was viewing a recording of an event I missed earlier this week: the Infopeople offering of Mary Minow’s “Finding (Legally Safe) Graphics for Presentations and Websites.” It also made me once again realize that in a


George & Joan's webcast fiasco: the sequel (of sorts)

For anyone who tried to tune in to the George Needham and Joan Frye Williams webcast this past Friday on Challenging the Assumptions of Legacy Librarianship, you know that the technology gods were not smiling on us. Our taping location at De Anza Community College suffered a severe network outage just as George and Joan were starting their webcast. After half an hour of troubleshooting, it became clear that the network was going to be down for a while, so we made the tough decision to scrub the live broadcast.


Legal Information Online from Nolo and Infopeople

Be sure to let your customers know that Nolo Press has podcasts online. You can listen at the site, download a file using iTunes or subscribe via RSS. As of February 1, there were 52 topics available in the following categories
• Legal News
• Business and Human Resources
• Patents, Copyright and Art
• Wills and Estate Planning
• Property and Money
• Family Law and Immigration
• Rights and Disputes



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