Daily Archives: April 20, 2006

3 posts

I Second that Emotion!

Jenny welcomes Mary Ghikas to the Biblioblogosphere! And I, too, am just tickled! Cluetrain Manifesto #3 & #4: Conversations among human beings sound human. They are conducted in a human voice. | Whether delivering information, opinions, perspectives, dissenting arguments or humorous asides, the human voice is typically open, natural, uncontrived. Mary Ghikas on the Biblioblogosphere from her first blog post: As I’ve explored the “biblioblogosphere,” I’ve been struck by several things. First has been the vitality and generosity of the professional exchange taking place. I have shamelessly grabbed references to other blogs and web sites, to interesting papers and new […]

An IM Refererence Report

I received a nice e-mail from a librarian at met at CIL. Liesbeth Mantel from Erasmus University Library, Rotterdam, The Netherlands asked if we might discuss IM a bit. She blogs at http://www.moqub.com/. I’ve heard from other colleagues in Europe that a lot of librarians are starting to talk about IM reference, which makes me happy. I asked Liesbeth if I could post this at TTW as well and she said yes. Liesbeth sent a set of questions I’ll do my best to answer. IM Librarians: please comment or e-mail if you have more to add! I’d also point you […]