Daily Archives: April 4, 2006

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On Barriers in Libraries (An L2 Workshop)

Yesterday, I spent three hours with some cool folks from around the Metropolitan Library System talking about Library 2.0. It was a great group and the session had a “workshop” feel – the perfect way to get ready for similar talks in Minnesota this May. First, I did some background on Web 2.0 and the offspring of the 2.0 meme. This article was a good starting point! Dion Hinchcliffe allowed me to use his cool graphic. Then, I asked Michael Casey and John Blyberg to give me their definitions and I matched those up with my own and those from […]

Welcome Rachel to the Biblioblogosphere!

Rachel Singer Gordon, most cool library author and my writing partner for Computers in Libraries’ “Tech Tips for Every Librarian,” has started a blog! Take a look and add her to your aggregator! I am very happy she is adding her voiuce to the collective voice of the biblioblogosphere! I look forward to her insight and thoughts! She’s definitely a “cool kid” in my book. The Liminal Librarian Rachel writes: I’m mindful of the temptation to start a blog, then all but abandon it for lack of time, energy, or “something to say” — one reason I’ve held off this […]