At IL in London, Brian Kelly told our audience: “The room is wireless, open up your laptops and start blogging and IMing about our presentation…” He joked then that they should say only nice things! But — how cool was this? We’ve heard about conferences where virtual communities spring up […]
Opening Keynote Monday November 15, 2004 Lee Raine, Pew Internet in American Life (written with SubEthaEdit in tandem with Aaron on two Mac Powerbooks) Pew charitable trusts funds project with 2 goals: *wide public interest/news coverage *work useful to policy makers and tech folk Studies patterns of social interaction 63% […]
David King, who rocks my library IT world and does Web stuff at Kansas City PL, told me over dinner last night (with Aaron, Jenny and Sherree at the Indian place) that Kansas City PL has started RSS feeds for program info, subjects and more (Look at this page). I […]
One of our cool Reference librarians came to see me right before I left for CA. We talked shop and Macs and music..and I thought back to this post, written at PLA as he described with excitement his plans for a new computer purchase: Public Libraries should do everything they […]
Steven posted about Blogging policies and mentioned he didn’t have any policies for blogging. Over drinks at the Portobello Bar, I told him I thought we all have some inherent blogging protocols that drive many of the blogs I read and link to as well as my own. So this […]
Good day. Good flights. Safe and sound her in Monterey Bay. Most cool was meeting up with Frank Cervone at the SF airport. Last i saw him, we were across the pond! we got to chat all the rest of the way! Looking forward to some good sessions and some […]
Tomorrow: I write a paper for school… Friday I leave for the West Coast and Internet Librarian 2004! Hope to see some of you there!