http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6261414.html The whole cover thing blows me away… wow! I can’t thank the group of people pictured there and Brian and the LJ folks for one of the best conversations I’ve had this year! Flickr set of the session: http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelsphotos/sets/517913/ I was very happy to work with Brian Kenney on this article and gather the bloggers featured. I was impressed with their insight, candor and ideas for the future. Also, don’t miss my interview with The Feel Good Librarian – in its full-length Web version! Update: Meredith weighs in and I agree: I wish we had more space… the conversation […]
This is one to add to your aggregator!! I linked below but here’s Michael Casey’s blog: http://www.librarycrunch.com/ I’m intrigued by the twist “Library 2.0″… I just added it to Safari’s RSS feeds. Michael – I want to hear more about your work and your library… UPDATE: I am so excited to read these new voices of the Biblioblogosphere… and just looking at the last series of posts from Mr. Casey, I want to keep reading more. Someday, I want to sit across a table from him and talk all about this stuff! Wowza.
Congrats to my cohort colleague Mary Jo Venetis! She and dr. Maurice whheler have published “Evaluation of Web access to historical sheet music collections and music?related iconography” online! http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue10_10/wheeler/index.html
This morning I’m speaking at the District 1 meeting of the Indiana Library Federation. I love to meet with Indiana Librarians and I’m especially happy because these folks are from my “hometown” — District 1 includes all of my county and the counties across northern Indiana. Here’s the talk, a new version of “Optimizing Tech” today: PPT File as 6 slides per page Bibliography