Notes from the 2009 Internet Librarian Conference Tom Ipri Jason Griffey R. Toby Greenwalt Jason A. Clark Matt Benzing Michael P Sauers Christa Burns Mike & Christa – phone or lab top questions Tom – mobile sights are not desktop-light Let’s not make crappy mobile sights out of our crappy websites. Should you have a […]

Notes from the 2009 Internet Librarian Conference Micro Interactions, Conversations, & Customers: Sweet Tweet Strategies David Lee King Julie Strange Amy Kearns David – tools for interaction Comments Start conversation and add value – except maybe on youtube Status updates – twitter facebook myspace Casual conversation Meet ups Retweet – that was cool content, I’m […]

Will Nook and Barnes & Noble play ball with libraries?  Librarians have been trying to figure out a way to lend Kindle titles and Kindles since they were first available. But its complicated and Amazon hasn’t given any indication they want to work with libraries. Yes there are libraries doing it but they do not […]

I’m more excited about the Nook than I have been about any other ebook reader. This might be the one that finally gets me to buy one. Why? 8 Reasons You Can Finally Love Ebook Readers (Thanks to Nook) from Gizmodo It’s cost-effective even with Wi-Fi, native PDF support, an SD slot and that crazy […]

The choice you need to make is will it affect it in a good way or a bad way? We are all busy. My to-do list is so long at this point I keep a master running list and a small list just for today, because looking at the long list inspires panic. As individuals, […]

Putting in all those extra hours, either from the office or home, isn’t helping you. At least not with creativity, innovation or those ah-ha! moments. Some of our greatest moments of insight happen where we least expect them to. From the Wallstreet Journal: It happened to Archimedes in the bath. To Descartes it took place […]


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