Cataloguing in Gippsland

Musings of a Cataloguer at Large in Gippsland. Just personal thoughts - absolutely no bearing on the thoughts of any organisation with which I am working.

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Found a Blogger

Suitable inspired by Geniaus, who is bloging from the Genealogy and Heraldry conference in Adelaide, I set out to find at least one more blogger at the conference at Ballarat. How could I forget Lisa Fletcher.



Lisa contributes to the Public Record Office Victoria (PROV) blog, as well as talking about blogging at Digitisation workshops. A worthy recipient of the first set of blogger beads handed out at the conference.

And I have found another use for them - how to identify you conference bag! (Conference bags good = include lollies). You don't then pick up the wrong one by mistake.




This is a really excellent conference, and is going to take a lot of time to blog. Later tonight, maybe. There is a good spread of people, and lots from community museums, which means there is never enough time in the breaks to talk to them all.

Here are a few:


L-R Pamela Sutton from the Optometry museum (more about her/them soon), Marlene Robb from Orbost, Dorothy Reid from Birchip, May Leatch from Orbost and Martin Purslow, CEO of the National Trust.

Orbost took the opportunity to tow a trailer across from Orbost with two wagon wheels that they delivered to Sovereign Hill for repair. With Birchip, they almost bookend the state as far as attendance is concerned.

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