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Buttoning things up for CIL 2009

This year's Computers in Libraries conference is just around the corner, and we're coming to the final stages of our preparation. For those who might be unfamiliar with the show, CIL is the largest technology conference and exhibition for librarians and information managers in North America.

This year's theme is "Creating Tomorrow: Spreading Ideas and Learning," and will focus on new technologies and online initiatives for enhancing user-friendly digital information flows. You can learn more about it on the show's Web site.

There will be plenty of exciting demos, presentations, and more for attendees to get the inside track into what's on the horizon in library information technology. Look for Inmagic at booth 1018, where we'll be demoing our latest releases, Presto and Genie 3.3 (now part of DB/Text Library Suite). We'll also be meeting customers and answering questions.

But the star of our exhibition will be Phil Green, who will be speaking at the Library Automation Highlights session on Tuesday, March 31 at 11:30 a.m. He'll be sharing features of Presto, how our customers are using it in their various types of libraries and organizations, and some best implementation practices.

We have a lot of useful, meaningful info in the hopper, and are looking forward to sharing it at CIL. If you haven't signed up for the show yet, there's still room to register online. It'll be at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Va., from March 30 to April 1.

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