Moving On…

The news is out! I have been offered (and accepted) the position of Open Source Evangelist at LibLime. It seems like only yesterday I joined the staff at the Princeton Theological Seminary, but you never know when fate is going to step in. I’m going to miss working with the amazing people at the Seminary library – some of whom have taught me so very very much, but I’m also excited about this move and can’t wait to get started in teaching librarians about open source!

I’ll keep you all posted – for now, I start work on the 4th of February.

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53 comments

  1. Extending my congratulations once more! I am going to hold you to your promise that you will still come lunch with me in Princeton once every month or two. See you at MW!
    Janie

  2. Congratulations!

    The only troubling thing with so many brilliant people being snapped up by vendors (open source and otherwise; and LibLime is one of my favorites) is that I’m worried about a brain drain from actual libraries!

  3. Extending my congratulations once more! I am going to hold you to your promise that you will still come lunch with me in Princeton once every month or two. See you at MW!
    Janie

  4. Congratulations!

    The only troubling thing with so many brilliant people being snapped up by vendors (open source and otherwise; and LibLime is one of my favorites) is that I’m worried about a brain drain from actual libraries!

  5. WOW! That’s absolutely huge news. Without a doubt, you will inspire and teach us all with this opportunity.

  6. WOW! That’s absolutely huge news. Without a doubt, you will inspire and teach us all with this opportunity.

  7. Ok..Ok..Let’s all please remember the “gene” pool this magnificent creature initiated from. I too, should be applauded for my inspiring role in the engendering process. I love you and am so proud of you!!
    (NOW, make tons of money so I can retire please!)

  8. Ok..Ok..Let’s all please remember the “gene” pool this magnificent creature initiated from. I too, should be applauded for my inspiring role in the engendering process. I love you and am so proud of you!!
    (NOW, make tons of money so I can retire please!)

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