Daily Archives: December 8, 2009

Via all sorts of wonderful bloggers comes this video prototyping the future of Sports Illustrated. Karl Fisch had this to say: More evidence that the way we interact with “text” is changing. To combine and paraphrase something I’ve heard David Warlick say more than once with something Jason Ohler says: […]

View it any way you’d like…

In Mick Jacobsen’s post, “An Unformed Thought,” in which he discussed the possibility of libraries acting as a hub for information technology needs such as website design and hosting, he hit on a core value of librarianship – community building.  As we strive to build library spaces that are usable […]

In Support and Extension of “An Unformed Thought” by Mick ...

Hello, Michael— American Libraries is rolling out a newly redesigned website, tentatively scheduled to appear January 4. The site, which is live now but still carrying the “beta” label, is at www.americanlibrariesmagazine.org. We encourage you to take a look and update your bookmarks and any links to us in your blogs […]

TTW Mailbox: New Site for American Libraries

From http://blogs.tametheweb.com/younglibrarian/2009/12/07/young-librarians-book-club/ Carrie Straka is a 32 year old Adult Services Librarian at Vernon Area Public Library District in Lincolnshire, IL. She can be found on Twitter atwww.twitter.com/librarybug, or you can read her blog athttp://librarybug.wordpress.com. I’ve been searching for a book club for a long time. Since I haven’t been able […]

Young Librarians Book Club