Do you prefer audio? or text? or pictures? No problem, the presentation I’d like to draw attention to has all three. Dorothea Salo (librarian, University of Wisconsin, Madison) spoke at the Canadian Access Conference in Sep. 30-Oct. 3, 2009, in Charlottetown, PEI, a.k.a. Access 2009. Her talk “Grab a Bucket! It’s Raining Data!” touches upon many of the issues of scholars and researchers who should/are thinking about putting data on the web as well as the people trying to assist them. It’s a good and entertaining read or watch or listen. Maybe also glimpse at the program of the conference for other interesting stuff.