Michael Sauers reports on a flickr find of yet another “not Library 2.0” sign. http://www.travelinlibrarian.info/2006/02/not-library-20-again.html Excuse me, but… well., you know the drill. Turn em off now and how will they vote on the big library tax bill in ten years? At SJCPL, I’ve helped a couple of young fellows actually SAVE THEIR WORK to their PSP!
Leslie Burger ponders the future of ALA to new librarians on her blog: How do we build on the concept of a social network, the speed and ease of communication and information sharing of the bloggers? How do we make ALA a more attractive outlet for people who want to make a difference, for those who need help and ideas to bring back to their libraries, and make it a more welcoming, social organization. And yesterday during our SisriDynix webinar on Library 2.0, Stephen Abram mentioned he was off to a conference on the concepts of Association 2.0. I think […]