Along with our wishes for a happy new year, we’d also like to say thank you to our readers for making last year such a rewarding one for us. We appreciate your shared insights and feedback, and thank you for being part of our virtual preservation community.
2013 is already off to an exciting start, beginning with a frozen pipe which burst in the offices of our Special Collections and Archives over break. Since I was basking in the Arizona sunshine at the time, Hilary will fill you in on the details of that escapade next Tuesday. We’re also in the midst of our search for the 2013 Lennox Foundation Intern; if you or someone you know is planning to apply, please note the January 17 deadline.
As we look ahead to the rest of 2013, are there any favorite topics you would like to see us revisit? We’ve covered topics as diverse as disaster response, conservation treatments, digitization projects, book and paper arts, commercial binding, reformatting, book reviews, conferences, sustainability, whimsical quizzes, and local preservation events. Are there topics we’ve never discussed that you wish we would? Guest bloggers from other departments of the Library from whom you’d like to hear? Join our conversation!
Wishing you all a productive and fulfilling 2013!