Daily Archives: May 4, 2006


Fascinating reading at “What I learned Today…” http://www.web2learning.net/archives/332 This was posted on our Intranet by our head of Technical Services: This year during the ILUG @ AALL (July 2006). There will be discussion on the State of the Innovative System. I would like to get your thoughts and present them […]

On Innovative’s Lack of Innovation


http://headrush.typepad.com/creating_passionate_users/2006/05/which_users_lif.html Who in your company gets the emails/stories from your users? Too often the good stories are routed to PR/Marketing (the success stories that make for good testimonials) while the rest of us (programmers, customer service, etc.) get all the complaint emails. Yes, we like hearing about how great our […]

From Creating Passionate Users



http://ericschnell.blogspot.com/2006/04/library-staff-and-technology-buy-in.html My earlier posts point out the observation that companies that have successfully adopted disruptive technologies did so only when they created a separate organization to deal with the technology. The idea of a group within the library being organized and responsible for investigating emerging and disruptive technology issues fits […]

Think Technology Group Play




Brian C Gray is blogging at the ALA L2 Course blog. He details information about the new Freedman Center at Case Western Reserve University. Pay close attention to the info about the podcasting studio: http://briangray.alablog.org/blog/_archives/2006/5/4/1921146.html

Read about the Freedman Center