This year proved to be a personal record year. I traveled more than 88,000 miles this year, and I published more work this year than ever before (I think). I am also honored to have worked with Mike Crandall on two amazing projects: ChronoZoom and Learning Linked Data.
I spoke in Marília, Florianópolis, Montréal, Baltimore, Vancouver, Mysore, Seattle, and Toronto among other places. It was great to see friends and colleagues on the road. I have now given more than 90 professional talks in my career.
And last, but not least, I will be one of the recipients of the ALISE/Bohdan S. Wynar Research Paper award for my JASIST Paper "The Strange Case of Eugenics: A Subject’s Ontogeny in a Long-Lived Classification Scheme and the Question of Collocative Integrity." Here's to a good 2013!