OCLC Newsletter Originally uploaded by mstephens7. http://www.oclc.org/nextspace/002/1.htm I was really happy to be asked to contribute to the new OCLC NextSpace on Web 2.0. Take a look. The folks who contributed blow me away with their ideas and insights. Don’t miss Dr. Wendy Schultz’s take on Library 4.0: But Library 4.0 will add a new mode, knowledge spa: meditation, relaxation, immersion in a luxury of ideas and thought. In companies, this may take the form of retreat space for thought leaders, considered an investment in innovation; in public libraries, the luxurious details will require private partners as sponsors providing the […]
Via the Copyblogger: http://www.copyblogger.com/how-to-sell-rss/ Recently released studies re-affirm that people love getting content by email, and don’t get why they should switch to RSS. Of course when you ask the question “Do you want to aggregate RSS feeds?” and get a negative response, it’s as if you had asked “Do you want to access Web pages with HTTP?” in 1995 (good one, Scott!). Regardless, people simply don’t like change. And when you tout RSS on the basis that it does the exact same thing as email when it comes to content delivery, you’ll get nothing more than a shrug and […]
Hectic Pace Originally uploaded by mstephens7. http://blogs.ala.org/pace.php Welcome Andrew! Teresa Koltzenburg posts at ALA TechSource about the start of Annual and Andrew’s blog beginnings!