I got these two direct messages via Twitter recently from two libraries who were acknowledging that I started following them. They followed me back and then sent these messages.
To me, these simple DM’s really warmed my heart and reinforced the idea that customer service is one of the most important things that we [...]
Also: Send all tweets with a SMiLE!
-Post by Justin Hoenke,Tame the Web Contributor
From the minds of Jan Holmquist (representing Denmark), Andromeda Yelton (representing the USA), and Ned Potter (representing the UK)…
Click here to go to the Buy India a Library blog!
…comes Buy India a Library, a project started by librarians to fund a library in India via Twitter. Head on over to their blog [...]
I’m not a library director. Heck, who knows if I’ll ever be a library director. But spend some time working in a public library and you’ll see a common theme: most employees and the public have no clue what a library director does. There’s this belief that the library director is some person way high [...]
I have a new post up at ALA TechSource:
And, I must confess: I thoroughly enjoyed participating in the ALA Annual 2008 Twitterverse that sprang up for those few days in late June. It fascinated me to see the power of such a simple and, yes, overburdened, tool. Micro-blogging has found a place amongst [...]
“Twitter is just one of the Web 2.0 technologies that we are using to engage students within our traditional Web page (www.pasadena.edu/library),” says Mary Ann Laun, assistant dean of library services at Shatford. “We highlight events, interesting stats, and curious facts in an effort to call attention to some of the great things happening [...]
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