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11 Reasons why Library 2.0 Exists and Matters

John Blyberg weighs in on the L2 discussion with a post that blows my socks off!

http://www.blyberg.net/2006/01/09/11-reasons-why-library-20-exists-and-matters/

Just a snippet:

L2 is actually happening
I differ with those that believe L2 is all theory and no action. I’m seeing a number of libraries taking the initiative right now. There are not just gaming conferences, there are actual gaming programs. Individuals are not just talking about their plans to use IM for virtual reference–they’re doing it now. Coffee shops are opening up in libraries, policies are being rewritten, facilities are being built to reflect some of these changes. I don’t buy that L2 is a passing fancy. In fact, L2 is partially an articulation of the action that is already happening.

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