Implications of Podcasting in Library Land
In the first two days of CIL, I heard the term “podcasting” in a few sessions, including the “Dead Tech” session. I guess, then, that “podcasting” is sooooo hot right now. With that, I thinkl we need to put some thought into what might happen as libraries jump [...]
I was very lucky to participate in the Social Software track yesterday. I spoke with Aaron on IM and collaboration in libraries — which was a lot of fun!
K. Matthew Dames opened the track, and also moderated with Steven M. Cohen. Dames explored Social Software 101.
Take a look at his presentation. There is [...]
Via Rochelle at LISNews (Blake, you rule!):
Librarians’ words to Ponder
The keepers of old-school information, librarians, are gathering in Washington this week at a conference titled “Computers in Libraries.”
The chatter on panels and in receptions about the Internet, and the several live blogs covering the event, clearly show that librarians are anything but [...]
Here’s my presentation:
Tech Planning in Libraries
We had a snafu yesterday in my presentation. The PPT slides in the proceedings were put in the Workshop section — because I also taught a workshop with a similar name this week. Sorry for the confusion.
AND: Here’s the book I spoke about:
How Libraries And [...]
Andrea posted some great tips…and I was reminded of these:
BUSY!…but I can’t wait to hear his talk on wikis this morning!
Wonderful moment of synchronicity here in the Hilton Honors lounge this am while I enjoy a breakfast tea and some wifi. Last night at Dead tech, I heard a new term – appcasting.
This morning, I search to update my Mac’s flickr plugin for iPhoto and I find the flickr export appcast:
Nice evening…great Dead Tech Session! I’ll be posting images tomorrow.
After, Aaron, David King and I stepped out for some Miso, Sushi and some darn good conversation about library IT departments, the academic library, implications of podcasts and videocasts and all things in between.
One thing that impressed me today about the actual impact [...]
I enjoyed Clifford Lynch’s reflection and pondering the future keynote this morning. He detailed the past 20 years for the Computers in Libraries Conference (back in the 80s known as Small Computers in Libraries) and hit on some of the big changes or events of those times.
In the early 80s it was the advent [...]