Monthly Archives: June 2010

Top Ten Links Week 22

My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 5/28/2010 thru 6/3/2010 1. Managing the Productivity Paradox – HBR IdeaCast – I love these podcast from Harvard Business Review. I’m also very interested in what work and doesn’t work in the workplace. Tony Schwartz talks about what is needed to renew […]

Should Broadband Access be a Right? I Say Yes

And I’m not alone. Countries such as France, Greece, Estonia, Spain and Finland have already moved to make it a right for their citizens. I know this can be a complicated topic to discuss,  as Ange Fitzpatrick points when cast against the civil rights and women’s rights struggles internet access seems laughable. Thomas Jefferson admirably covers […]

What Do You Think Libraries Will Look Like in 2015?

There are so many opinions and options for the f libraries out there. One idea from  Mal Booth, Sophie McDonald and Belinda Tiffen, breaks down the library of 2015 by 5 aspects: organizational culture, work conditions, service models, sustainability and people. via Information Literacy meets Library 2.0 Library of the Future – UTS on Prezi […]

The Future is Mobile: OCLC/LJ Online Symposium

The the recording is now available from the May 20th online Symposium The Future is Mobile sponsored by OCLC and Library Journal.   You can listen to it here or see the tweets on Twitter or What the Hashtag Speakers included: Sarah Allen, Director, Blazing Cloud, Inc. Jack Mason, Global Business Services, Strategic Programs & Social Media, Ibm Lindsay […]


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