We just completed attending the Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Long Island library conferences. Always great meeting up with current subscribers and folks interested in our software. Thanks to all of the organizers and conference committees for managing three very successful gatherings.
Last night Ric and I traveled to Albany for the New Yorkers for Better Libraries Annual Fundraising Gala, held at the Marriott on Wolf Road.
As one of two vendor sponsors, we were pleased and excited to take part in an energetic, forward looking event intended to raise awareness and funding for NY public libraries.
We plan on returning in 2014…
The days are getting longer, the sun is higher, and its time to print business cards and reserve booth space. This is good. So, far, it looks like Massachusetts New Jersey, Illinois, and maybe event Montana. Right.
We’ll try and keep you posted.
We’re happy to announce that TixKeeper, our web based application for managing museum passes, is now being used by about 150 Michigan libraries. The Library Network, the largest library cooperative in the state, and Plymouth Rocket, Inc. saw TixKeeper go live over the Memorial Day weekend.
Thanks to the good folks at TLN for working with us to make this happen.
Visit The Detroit Museum Adventure Pass Program here!
We’re just back from Philadelphia. Many thanks to everyone who stopped by to visit us at Booth 237.
This conference is always a good experience, as we meet up with a combination of existing customers and with people who may have never heard of us. You come away feeling pretty affirmed that we are on the right track, but also with a collection of helpful and insightful comments that might take us in new directions. All good.
Aside from a 3 fire alarm event at our hotel on Thursday night, Philadelphia was just great. Had a Boston feel to it; easier to walk, when possible, than to drive. A return is in order.
Again, thanks to all who visited with us.
PLA is around the corner; if you are traveling to Philly for the big event, you can find a few Plymouth Rocket folk hanging out at Booth 237.
Please stop by!
We have a Twitter account which I occasionally update. And, lots of our subscribers use Twitter to publish their events directly from EventKeeper. All good, right?
Good until somebody hacks your account, that is. Not the end of the world, but beware.
Fortify those passwords, and watch for any suspicious activity. The web is amazing, but you have to pay attention.