Government's Use of Biometrics Security Technology Worries Some Privacy Activists (Washington Post)
If Biometrics is something you've been meaning to read up on, see the right sidebar of this article for a handy little "Interactive Biometrics Primer"
Ten Anti-recession Strategies that Work
Geared toward the for-profit world, but many of the ideas are relevant for all organizations.
Daniel Goleman on Business Intelligence
Goleman's theory that emotional intelligence should be weighed as a factor in workplace success has gained many followers in the past decade. In this recent interview, he discusses EI along with a new area of intelligence being looked at, business intelligence.
New Online Consultant Directory
A database of library consultants searchable by name, state or expertise
Grant for YA Librarians
The Baker & Taylor Company will award two grants of $1,000 each to librarians who work directly with young adults in either a public or school library to enable them to attend the conference for the first time. Applications and more information is available at www.ala.org/yalsa/awards/bakertaylor.html and must be received in the YALSA office by December 1, 2022.
Librarianship After Google (American Libraries)
Intel Targets PC and Wireless Convergence (e-week)