Librarian from Alaska is Daniel Cornwall’s effort at a professional presence blog. This blog will cover library and information science issues defined broadly. It may cross over into politics over issues of open access, freedom of information, surveillance and other intellectual freedom issues. Websites, books and other things in or accessible from a library may be featured from time to time.

As of July 2017, Daniel was the Internet and Technology Consultant for the Library Development section of the Alaska State Library. He does not speak for this institution on this blog. More information about Daniel’s professional background can be found on his LinkedIn profile.

Daniel uses some of his spare time for professional purposes. He is an occasional blogger for Free Government Information and is the project coordinator for the State Agency Databases Project.

No one can be all work 24/7, so Daniel enjoys hiking, reading (especially science fiction, mystery and most kinds of nonfiction), astronomy (though usually by internet) and any number of science fiction or crime TV shows.

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