This past Tuesday, I presented a free session on Google and innovation for the association community. The session was hosted by the Special Libraries Association and I want to thank Janice Lachance, SLA's executive director, my friend and colleague John Crosby, and all of the staff at SLA for their great help and support!
I've led many sessions over the course of my career and I've grown accustomed to having my photograph taken from the back of the room. But I've always wanted to take a picture of an audience from my vantage point, so we can see the learning experience from a new perspective. It just so happens that we had a great group of association professionals and learners assembled for this session who were more than willing to participate in this small experiment. Thanks to all of you for your participation and engagement, not only in this photo but in the session as a whole.
I'm looking forward to writing and talking about Google and innovation going forward, as well as to delivering more free learning sessions for our association community. If your association would like to organize this kind of "thought leader" session for its staff or the community at large, please send me an e-mail. I'd be happy to chat with you about it.