Daily Archives: February 20, 2006





Michael Casey’s latest thoughtful post resonates deeply with me: http://www.librarycrunch.com/2006/02/evolutionary_technology_and_th.html So when my group, the Emerging Technologies Team, sat down to examine the current and future technology landscape, we quickly came to the realization that while there are some wonderful new things that can be put into our plan, few […]

The New Revolutionary Technology




Here’s the good news: I am gathering all my data, presentations and evidence to send to Dr. O’Connor for my “qualifying experience” at UNT. šŸ™‚ Next up: writing the porposal for my dissertation. Here’s a bit from a favorite researcher that is helping my thinking: Nancy Van House : http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/~vanhouse/projects.htm#blogs […]

Blogging, Libraries and Community




I’m sad with all the excitement this week I couldn’t zip right back to River Forest, IL for the Dominican University Second Annual Follett Lecture, presented last night by Ed Valauskas. The title: The Googlization of Libraries: Debunking the Internet Godzilla Myth. Some students and colleagues were there last night, […]

The Googlization of Libraries: Debunking the Internet Godzilla Myth (Updated)


Check in at Blyberg.net for a candid and most transparent reflection on the ILS and this paragraph, that hopefully will send a message to III and others: Librarians and coders are not just going to timidly wait for little features anymore. We want control of our systems. Maybe Iā€™m feeling […]

Blyberg on the ILS