Monthly Archives: May 2014

2014 Presidential Sites and Libraries Conference

Clinton Library right flags, Arkansas State Capitol Building, ULM at Arkansas, Skyline of Little Rock, Little Rock River Market long view. Collage author: Brandonrush

We’re hard at work these days preparing to showcase the CPC project at the 2014 Presidential Sites and Libraries Conference in Little Rock, June 2-5. We’ll be presenting a breakout session at 11am on Tuesday, June 3, and are so excited to share our work and learn about other projects.

(President Clinton is presenting that same evening–we do hope he won’t be intimidated by our work!)

Are you attending? Stop by and say hello!

Not yet attending? Register now!

New Look and Feel!

As promised, I’ve updated the CPC website, which now features updated versions of Blacklight, Ruby on Rails, and Solr.

More importantly, it’s got its own logo (nicely done, Amber!)  I think that’s reason enough to go have a look.  We’ve also made some changes to how you search and discover documents, so by all means visit the site and let us know in the comments what you think.