Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

LibraryThing party in Boston

If you’ll be in Boston this Saturday, January 16th , come to our LibraryThing Meetup!

We’re taking advantage of the American Library Assocation conference in Boston to pull together all our favorite bibliophiles, eat food, drink drinks, and talk about the state of books, the future of the book, and what you just finished reading.
We’re having it at The Green Dragon Tavern—a nice fit, as “The Green Dragon” is one of the most active groups on LibraryThing.
In true LibraryThing tradition we’ll be providing ALL THE BAKED BRIE YOU CAN HANDLE, along with other light fare, perhaps including some that don’t revolve around cheese. Since we’re not doing ConferenceThing,* we’ve got some money to burn, and can offer a snack-y dinner instead. You buy the beer.
Date: January 16th, 2010
Time: 5:30-8:00 pm
Location: The Green Dragon (see Local event) – 11 Marshall St Boston, MA 02108
Updates: Follow @conferencething or @librarythingtim on Twitter

Directly after our event there’s a tweetup for ALA conference-goers at the same location. We like to keep our 2.0 events convenient!

*Our original plan was to have ConferenceThing, a mini-conference giving librarians and bibliophiles a chance to talk about books in all their forms, and the book world. That didn’t work out, as we couldn’t find speakers and in a choice between hearing Tim speak in front of a projector and watching Tim and Abby shovel brie…

Thanks to merelymel for the photo.

Labels: ALA, conference, Conferencething, event, LibraryThing event, Midwinter


  1. JBD says:

    I'll be there! Great choice of venue!

  2. sneuper says:

    I wish I could be there.. but I'm not even close that day (3,500 miles).

    But I'll gladly by any LT'er a beer in the Netherlands.

  3. Bokai says:

    Such a shame that I can't make this. I'd love the meet the LibraryThing crew.

  4. Colson says:

    Cheers ! from Belgium

  5. kathmuse says:

    YAY! Can't wait.

  6. Ann says:

    Thanks! I'll try to make it!

  7. asyouknow-bob says:

    I would have loved to come, but we have other plans this weekend….

  8. Jaime Garmendia says:

    Sadly, I too have other plans – Arisia, across the river in Cambridge. Sci-fi, book friendly, nerdapalooza. Y'all would fit in well there.

  9. Marie says:

    I'm in! My husband would lvoe to come too- and he's an LTer as well 🙂

  10. magnolia-rain says:

    I'll be there!

  11. Serena says:

    I wish I could go. I love that place!

  12. Deb Morrissey says:

    I would love to go, but I'm not sure if it's worth 3 hours each way. And driving in Boston.

  13. Allama says:

    That sounds great! The venue choice is excellent. I wish we could have something like this in Philadelphia; you have a lot of members out our way.

    Have fun, guys!

  14. James Fox says:

    kudos LibraryThing for stepping up. see you then.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Would love to meet the LT crew but it is a LONG bus (and change in Hartford) ride from New Haven!

  16. chg1 says:

    Would love to meet the LT crew but it is a LONG bus (and change in Hartford) ride from New Haven!

  17. Bobbe Anderson says:

    Oh, I am so there!

  18. Brunellus says:

    Congratulations on reaching a million members!

  19. Trupti says:

    I am in..!

  20. Tim says:

    I'll try to be there. Great venue! thanks for setting this up.
    –Tim McCormick, NYU.

  21. riaanjhb says:

    Any chance of a LibraryThing meeting in London some time? 🙂 Lots of LT lovers here!

  22. innisfree says:

    I would have loved to have come. Hope you'll have another one!

  23. Jori Richardson says:

    Which I could have been there! You should have a LibraryThing party in Miami.

  24. Amalia says:

    great meeting you guys! missed the baked brie by about 10 minutes i think…

    amalia, storefront library volunteer

  25. Fibro Witch says:

    Hope you had a good turnout. You were on against both the ALA and Arisia the areas bigest SF con.

  26. Lex10 says:

    God forbid I read this thing…..damn!
    BTW we waited 7 HOURS for our crates!

  27. Danielle says:

    I would love to be there! To bad I live so far away! What a unique restaurant!

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