I’ve been involved in technology and the internet in some way since 1986, when I got my first email account (and when WordPerfect still fit on 1 5 1/2″ diskette).
I’ve been in the legal field since 1982, first as a paralegal, then an attorney, and now a law librarian. I’ve been a law librarian since 1997 at New York Law School (NYLS). I work primarily on electronic services for the library, which includes teaching law students how to do electronic research, and various library automation projects such as the library’s ILS, web site and Facebook page.
I’m also interested in social media and hand held technology. I co-founded the NY PC User’s Group PalmPilot Special Interest Group in 2000 and it was active until 2007. We met monthly to discuss topics about the Palm OS and smartphone technology. I also brought speakers such as Jeff Hawkins of Palm to NYC.
At NYLS, I worked with Professors Denise Morgan and Tanina Rostain on the JurisPDA project, which digitized relevant federal and state legislation for handheld users in the legal community. I’ve presented on Palm OS technology at AALL and CALI.
I’m a contributor to, and oversee the Handheld Librarian blog.
Outside of work, my interests include technology, social media, and culture.
I’ve been an active member of the New York Choral Society since 1992 and have served in various leadership capacities (President, Board of Trustees, and Board of Managers).
This is a personal blog, and does not represent the views of my employer.
Email: Please contact me at glee1684 at gmail.com
Linked in: http://www.linkedin.com/in/glee212