Daily Archives: March 4, 2009

2 posts

Associations Using Twitter: CILIP’s “Epic FAIL” & Playing Nice

Do not miss this intriguing discussion that really speaks to the sea change were in. Star here, with this post from Bob McKee, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP): (emphasis in bold mine) http://communities.cilip.org.uk/blogs/cesdesk/archive/2009/02/18/all-of-a-twitter.aspx There’s some twittering at present about whether CILIP has (or should have) any “official” presence on various lists or micro blog sites. The simple answer, of course, is no. In terms of “official” activity, cyber life is just like real like – if it happens in a CILIP-sanctioned space, it’s official; if it happens down the pub or in someone else’s […]

Scott Nicholson on Nebraska & Gaming

Dr. Scott Nicholson left this comment on my post about ALA’s Gaming Toolkit. It’s an added dimension to the nebraska story about gaming: After seeing the Nebraska story, I picked up the phone and called the auditor’s office and talked with him.   I told him about the studies that I’ve done on the topic and asked if he’s like copies (he did, and I sent them over). After we talked, it’s not the gaming itself that was the problem, but the creation of the video showing staff members playing the games (with no other content).  If the video had shown […]