Daily Archives: October 20, 2008

While I was in London, many of my esteemed colleagues were in Singapore for the Bridging Worlds conference. Kathryn Greenhill posted her take aways: http://librariansmatter.com/blog/2008/10/20/what-i-took-home-from-bridging-worlds/ We need to share – our data and our co-operative efforts. Standards – data storage, web application, metadata – are vitally important to our work. […]

Catching Up with “Bridging Worlds”

Totally heart this, originally uploaded by hblowers. …writes Helene Blowers: http://www.librarybytes.com/2008/10/quite-honestly.html Mosiac created @ Big Huge Labs from photos of University City Regional Library’s Family Portrait Day (photographer Ian Nguyen, PLCMC) I know, I’ve mentioned this before on LB, but it’s so good I have to highlight it again!

“Totally heart this..”

Jetlagged here but back from an incredible time in London for Internet Librarian International. While the fun in Monterey continues, I’m in Illinois prepping for the next few things and excited about this post from Hey Jude: http://heyjude.wordpress.com/2008/10/18/were-living-in-a-conversation/ After using Twitter for IDEA2008 and ILI2008, these thoughts for conference microblogging, […]

Living in the Conversation

Congrats to Jill on her new position as a Professor of Practice at Syracuse: http://hurstassociates.blogspot.com/2008/10/ch-ch-changes-or-changes-in-attitude.html While I have been influencing my “community” through writing, speaking and project work, I have decided to do something that allows me to influence the next generation of information professionals even more. In January, I’ll […]

Reinvention: Jill Hurst Wahl