After a long hiatus the Man in the Purple Shirt is back. I've been very busy as of late, serving as a foot soldier in the Solution Revolution, and now bring you visual documentation of my adventures.
Perhaps not surprisingly, this product made quite the splash when unveiled at the recent ALA Midwinter conference in Seattle. In fact, Carson City Library purchased one on opening night. Quoth the library's forward-looking director Sara Jones, "I want to be the first."
|Sara Jones of Carson City Library: proud new owner of a Library Document Station.|
|Flat screen on right offers sneak peek of new visualization suite.|
Now, folks, we do not throw around phrases like "Solution Revolution" lightly. Alongside the brand new products detailed above, we showcased major new versions of our LPT:One, Staff Transaction Station, and eCommerce software. Keep watching this space for further details concerning these upcoming releases.
Finally, the Man in the Purple Shirt got to spend some quality time in Seattle--a home away from home for this peripatetic spirit. In an impulsive moment two colleagues and I came dangerously close to attending a Kenny G concert at a club called Jazz Alley, but we ultimately balked at the price. Remember that movie Sliding Doors? Who knows what direction our lives would have taken if we'd actually gotten in? Would this blog have traded in its characteristic grit and edginess for a smooth, sultry flow? We can only imagine.