Er, sorry, bio's updated now: http://onebiglibrary.net/bio
Hoping to make it worth your time and attention. -dc
On Oct 4, 2011, at 12:22 PM, Anjanette Young wrote:
> Congratulations and thank you to Dan Chudnov and Bethany Nowviskie for
> agreeing to be the keynote speakers at #code4lib 2012.
> Daniel Chudnov is a librarian and programmer in the Office of Strategic
> Initiatives at the Library of Congress. Previously, he worked as a software
> developer at the Yale Center for Medical Informatics, and contributed to
> several free software projects for libraries while working at the MIT
> Libraries and the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library at the Yale University
> School of Medicine. He is a frequent speaker and author on technology and
> the importance of free software in libraries, and he writes a monthly column
> for Computers in Libraries magazine. He started the oss4lib weblog and
> listserv in 1999 to promote the use of free software in our community.
> "Bethany helps shape UVA’s support for digital scholarship by running a
> Library department that includes the Scholars’ Lab and a crack R&D team
> devoted to scholarly interfaces. The SLab combines the services and
> resources of UVA Library’s former GeoStat and Etext Centers with end-user
> assistance from ITC’s Research Computing Support group. She is Associate
> Director of the Scholarly Information Institute (SCI), a Mellon funded think
> tank. Additionally, she is current Vice President of the Association for
> Computers and the Humanities (ACH), a member of the MLA's Committee on
> Information Technology, and is Senior Advisor to NINES, for which she
> designed the Collex tool. Her doctorate is in English, and she has worked in
> the digital humanities as a designer, manager, and editor since 1995.
> Bethany's own research lies in the intersection of traditional interpretive
> methods with innovative social and algorithmic tools."
> Looking forward to seeing you all in Seattle.