Thanks for the feedback!  That does sound (to me) like something we
should fix - I'm looking into it.

All the best,

On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 5:15 PM, KREYCHE, MICHAEL <mkrey...@kent.edu> wrote:
> Will--
> Please see what you can do about https access to the GBS api.
> http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/booksearch-apis/thread?fid=3916426dca77fa5200047e2911dc75c5&hl=en
> Mike
> --
> Michael Kreyche
> Systems Librarian / Associate Professor
> Libraries and Media Services
> Kent State University
> 330-672-1918
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Code for Libraries [mailto:code4...@listserv.nd.edu] On
>> Behalf Of Will Brockman
>> Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2010 5:02 PM
>> Subject: [CODE4LIB] Conference followup; open position at
>> Google Cambridge
>> As a first-time Code4Lib attendee, let me say thanks for a fun
>> conference - a very interesting and creative group of people!
>> A question I posed to some of you in person, and would love to hear
>> more answers to: What are you doing with Google Books?  Do you have a
>> new way of using that resource?  Are there things you'd like to do
>> with it that aren't possible yet?
>> Also, a couple of people asked if Google is hiring.  Not only are we
>> hiring large numbers of software engineers, but we're now seeking a
>> librarian / software developer (below).  I'm happy to take questions
>> about either.
>> All the best,
>> Will
>> brock...@google
>> Metadata Analyst
>> Google Books is looking for a hybrid librarian/software developer to
>> help us organize all the world's books.  This person would work
>> closely with software engineers and librarians on a variety of tasks,
>> ranging from algorithm evaluation to designing and implementing
>> improvements to Google Books.
>> Candidates should have:
>> * An MLS or MLIS degree, ideally with cataloguing experience
>> * Programming experience in Python, C++, or Java
>> * Project management experience a plus, but not required
>> This position is full-time and based in Cambridge, MA.

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