They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Some images are priceless, capturing a moment, a person, or an event in time. One of the most important things we can do with our online presence is to take advantage of the graphical nature of the Web and the interactive nature of many Web [...]
Lee & Michael, Apple Store, Coconut Point, Estero, Florida Originally uploaded by mstephens7
Thanks to Mr. Lee Leblanc for driving me around southwest Florida for my talk at the Florida Council of State University Libraries/College Center for Library Automation (CCLA) Executive Board/Florida Center for Library Automation (FCLA) Board Meeting at Florida Gulf Coast University.
Brian Herzog writes:
Earlier this year, my library uploaded to flickr a set of historical photographs taken around town in 1901. We thought it was a good way to make these library materials more accessible.
I just noticed a comment on one of the photographs. A patron recognized another patron’s house, and forwarded him [...]
Via Jaap, comes this documentary about Flickr use in Holland. It’s subtitled and dubbed. From what I’ve seen so far, the human connections that Flickr enables are first and foremost. Fascinating.
Dishwasher Meme – I love stuff like this! Originally uploaded by mstephens7
Libraries 2.0 = FUN!! Originally uploaded by leecolibrary
Director Dawn is a CONVINCING wIcked witch. (Could she be channeling Librarians 1.0?)
Libraries are part of the communities they serve. They’re often a very active part — sometimes central to the daily life of community events, programming, and resources. So why not show that pulse? Why not display the vibrancy of daily life. One photo at a time might not mean too much, but look at [...]
Tomorrow at 11am CST, I’m keynoting the Illinois Library Association. Please help me choose a shirt and tie combo by commenting on one or the other at Flickr. The suit is black!
Blue & Blue Tie OR Black and Burberry Tie
Celebrate Banned Books Week at Hatcher Graduate Library, University of Michigan
Librarians in Smocks – Shush 2.0
Originally uploaded by CCL Staff
Those smocks! checkout the fun some New Zealand librarians are having with Flickr showing off the smocks used in the 70s to protect clothes from dust.
Thanks to Brenda Chawner for the link. [...]