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Barrett Jones, BOTM for October, 2007

Barrett Jones is a librarian at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C. He holds an MLIS from UCLA and has worked in both government and special libraries, including the U.S. Courts and the Rand Corporation. He has presented at library technology conferences and written articles about technology for library journals. In his free time he tills the earth in his community garden plot with his wife Gabriela and plays in a noise-rock group with an unpronounceable name.

[update 10/2010: Barrett is now working at the Library of Congress Office of Strategic Initiatives!]

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