Daily Archives: July 15, 2008

4 posts

Merlin Mann on Loopt

http://www.kungfugrippe.com/post/42288438/loopt-sms-mess I’ll give you a minute for that to sink in, because if you’re a connected person, you may want to ponder the consequences of unintentionally sending creepy bullshit to colleagues and business contacts who are too busy to care what you’re “geo-tagging” at a given time. I know, because I’m one of them. Hi. I am still playing with Loopt but this post is food for thought. My updates (I’m at the corner of…. or I’m in Spider Lake…) go to trusted friends on Loopt but also to Facebook and Twitter. Hmmm…

Cindi Trainor on BIGWIG

Cindi Trainor writes: I wanted to highlight this program, which got a good writeup on Library Journal‘s LJ Insider blog recently, because it’s done a bit differently, and it’s not about the shiny bits, it’s about people, and it’s about change. Can you feel it? If you attended the BIGWIG session, what did you get out of it? Would you attend other library conference sessions set up this way? What about an entire (un-)conference, where the topics discussed are chosen after the participants show up? Read the whole post here: http://www.alatechsource.org/blog/2008/07/best-in-showcase.html