Heading to the Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual meeting

It's right up the street, there are discounts for librarians, several sessions talk about collaborations between libraries and publishers (we'll see), and lots of interesting stuff. This page has the program.

I probably won't live blog, but I'll certainly post some summaries and wrap up information. No doubt I'll be tweeting, too (@cpikas, #ssp09)

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