Category Web 2.0

For Digital Natives There Is No Web 2.0

From the New Canaan High School Library

Eternal September: Be Ready to Repeat Yourself. Again.

Last week I read this post on Seth Godin’s blog and loved it. I tweeted it hoping other people would pick it up. After reading Stephen Abrams post – What is Cloud Computing where he states I’ve given a few talks lately and I was surprised to get a few questions about “what is cloud […]

What can you accomplish in 1 week of Web2.0?

Nina Smith created this awesome graphic to go with her post How much time does Web 2.0 take?  One of the most common questions or protests new comers to web 2.0 have is about time.  Nina shows how much you can accomplish based on your time commitment.  She’s broken it down nicely in the blog […]

The web 2.0 thing you build me didn’t work

I came across this cartoon recently and I just love it. I think I had it in both presentations I gave last week. You can seem more like this at Gaping Void.

I’m not narcisitic, you’re eavesdropping

In many of the articles I read about the Social Web, especially Twitter, the author laments that they don’t care that I had a peanut butter and banana sandwich for lunch, or what I thought of the latest American Idol. I’ve long felt that these writers are missing the point and this week I came […]

Using WordPress for Bibliographies or Readers Advisory Sites

Remember how last month I blogged about using a wiki for the library’s  Readers Advisory Site?  It looked like this.  Well we ran into some issues, the IT department was having some problems with the input form and the other Librarians didn’t like it (I’m not gonna list their complaints), so I started rethinking it.  […]

Is Library 2.0 and/or Web 2.0 really serving our patrons?

I saw and participated in a discussion on this on one of my email lists last week. I thought I’d take more time to write out my thoughts and responses on my blog.  Sarah posted this over in MaintainIT but it looks like she didn’t open it up for comments so I’m going to. Here […]


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