Monthly Archives: June 2013

In downtown Chicago for #ALA13? Take advice from this Chicagoan

Originally published on INALJ on June 24. In downtown Chicago for #ALA13? Take advice from this Chicagoan I moved to downtown Chicago 3 years ago, and since then, I’ve learned a lot about navigating Chicago, and what kind of free … Continue reading

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First Impressions Done Right – DePaul University Library

My father-in-law was very impressed by the DePaul University library, and by extension, DePaul University itself. Customer service is to commend for this. Wait, let me back up and explain. He came to Chicago a couple months ago, one of … Continue reading

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18 Tips for Writing a Manual for Work

18 Tips for Writing a Manual for Work Originally published on INALJ on June 3. I’m one of those Hermione-types of people who read manuals. If I need to learn something, my first order of business is to read the … Continue reading

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