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Fountain at Chicago's Millennium Park on one of the hottest days of summer, 2005.

Sculpture/fountain in Chicago's Millennium Park on one of the hottest days of the year, 2005.

Eric/NotBlake and Michael on Michigan Ave.

Eric/NotBlake in a male model pose.

So long and thanks for all the fish...

There are some nice fountains at the McCormick Center. This attendee found some time to do some tai chi.

so what exactly is "wash hands"? is that anything close to actually washing your hands?

Usually empty and chilly in a good way.

ALA2005 Conference Headquarters

Devillibrarian's cloven feet

This resolution [sorry no link] passed in the ALA Membership Meeting on June 25th. The meeting had more than twice the number needed for a quorum. This resolution will now to to ALA Council. The quote on the left is transciption of comments by past ALA President Mitch Freedman.

Pay as you go minibar. The downside of this was that I couldn't store by bottle of wine in there so it had to be drunk at room temperature. Sigh. CEO George Cigale speaks to attendees at the breakfast on Saturday morning 25 June 2005.

Navy Pier Chicago June 2005

Upon reflection, it sort of looks like Aaron is blessing them or something..."Come, come, join the flock..."

Michael Gorman, president elect of the ALA, seen from a distance at the membership meeting

in what looked like an airplane hangar, seats for 10,000 and pretty well full up.

Librarians By Request Holly Ledvina, Angela Pfeil, Carolyn Ptak and Luke Rosenberger at Café Ibérico at the first LBR meetup, Saturday night 25 June 2005.

(From L-R: Luke Rosenberger (lbr), Chad Haefele (Hidden Peanuts), Aaron Schmidt (Walking Paper), Laura Smart (Library RFID), Meredith Farkas (Information Wants To Be Free), me (::schwagbag::), and Michael Stephens (Tame the Web)

Ayanna checking out our odd TV cabinet.

apparently, they incorporate medical care into the dolphin show

notes from my talk today at ala

a cool building in chicago

liza and peter - what a good minion

many people crowded into the Counterpoise booth to see Jonathan and others talk

I met Judy Blume today, and she signed my copy of "Are you there god, it's me margaret." She's my hero.

look like dots but you can see their giant nests, this is right off of Kimbark at about 54th, in Chicago.

this was very close to us. almost to touch.

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