Daily Archives: April 24, 2006

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Die Hard on ALA!

From one of the L2 Boot Camp blogs, Die Hard: I think we’ve seen this at ALA. We’ve been cut by the leading edge a few times and so we wait. And sometimes, it takes awhile for our efforts at providing more to take hold. I know this sounds like I know who signs my paycheck, but I have to agree with “The Hat” that ALA needs to continuously incoporate new tools and reach out to those who are bleeding on the cutting edge to encourage them as much as to ask their advice. That’s what really got me here, […]

Gotta Squidoo*

The ALA Library 2.0 Innovation Bootcamp kicked off while Jenny and I were in Washington State doing the Roadshow for the Washington Library Association. The first coiuple of weeks are devoted to pre-work: learning about various tolls, listening to podcasts and reading. Enter Squidoo: We set the Library 2.0 Reading list up as a Squidoo lens: http://www.squidoo.com/library20/ Squidoo allows a “lensmaster” to create a Web page easily, pulling in static content, feeds, and images. Phil Bradley turned me on to it and I see many uses! *with apologies to Phish