While the rest of the United States is putting its feet up for a long weekend of rest and relaxation, the folks at iBraryGuy will be using the Labor Day holiday to expand their reach and their core team. We are growing again and could not be more excited! New Faces First the biggest news […]
iBraryGuy editor, John DiGilio, was recently interviewed for the SLA Legal Division Docket’s “Full Disclosure” feature. You can get the whole lowdown here.
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We are humbled and honored that our own iBraryGuy founder and editor, John DiGilio, has been featured and interviewed as this month’s “Profile in Law Librarianship” by the Legal Division of the Special Libraries Association. Working with the Legal Division has been a passion of ours for quite some time now and is a relationship […]
iBraryGuy is proud to have served as guest editor and curator of FreePint’s latest report, “Enterprise Collaboration”. The folio consists of a series of four insightful articles from the company’s vast archives. Featuring stand-out works from industry luminaries such as Stuart Barr, Andrew Rieder, Connie Crosby, Joanna Ptolomey and Lauren Currie, as well as editorial […]