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Introducing Newkirk Barnes

April has certainly come in with a bang. I’ve fallen behind on my BOTM duties because of some computer issue (everyone take a minute and back up your data RIGHT NOW!). I’m back on the horse, and pleased to introduce Newkirk Barnes, our guest blogger for April, 2007. You can read more about Newkirk on her bio page. Newkirk comes to us from Mitchell Memorial Library at Mississippi State University (MSU). Take it away Newkirk!!

Also, much thanks to Gary Price, our BOTM for March. Gary was one of our most prolific guest bloggers — in fact he posted FGI item numbers 999, 1000, and 1001!!! — and will continue to post to FGI when it strikes his fancy. In the meantime, don’t forget to visit the ResourceShelf and DocuTicker!

For those that may have missed some of Gary’s posts, here’s a list. Thanks again Gary!! We look forward to your informative posts in the future!!

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