I wanted to encourage folks to submit proposals for our Spring Forum,
late April in Minneapolis! I already know of several interesting papers
that will be there, so I think it will be a great mix, and a good meeting.
details are at http://diglib.org/forums/spring2008/ .
I am also pleased to share that our two Monday afternoon keynotes
david rumsey, digital cartographer, describing new work in Google Earth
and Second Life that will only be unveiled for the first time in March,
joel selanikio, founder of datadyne, a company that has created an
opensource framework for data collection using PDAs and cellphones
in the third world; he will also talk about new delivery services.
you can watch a UN sponsored interviewed with joel at -