Library Journal’s list of Movers & Shakers is up. I grabbed this list (which includes names) from Jessamyn West’s page. All I did is add a link to the blogs if I could find one. Because we all need more blogs in our bloglines folders! 😉
Thank you to Jessamyn for putting the names with the articles and congratulations to all the Movers and Shakers!
- Grace Under Pressure (Maria Redburn)
- The Man Who Said No to Dewey (Marshall Shore)
- In Context (Hilary Davis)
- Films ‘R’ Us (Jim Cheng)
- Giving Back (Darci Hanning)
- Thrill Seeker (Allyson Mower)
- User-Centered Technologist (David Lee King) blog
- Deep Impact (Christopher Harris) blog
- Expanding OPACs (Steven Bowers)
- Multitalented (Evette Atkin) blog
- Pathfinder (Elisabeth Jacobsen Marrapodi)
- Collaborative Experimentation (Char Booth) blog
- Geek Librarian (Michelle Boulé) blog
- Metadata Man (Tim Spalding) blog
- Never Satisfied (Caleb Tucker-Raymond)
- Dynamo (Nancy Teger)
- Reader’s Best Friend (Jessica Moyer)
- Push Technology (Marcia Mardis)
- Direct Effects (David Rothman) blog
- Restoring History (Mark Greek)
- The Translator (Lisa Sweeney)
- Show Me the Evidence (Mark Vrabel)
- Anger into Fuel (Mario Ascencio) blog
- Global Thinker (Robin Kear)
- Life Work (Annabelle V. Núñez)
- On the Line (Alex Youngberg)
- Open Source Evangelist (Josh Ferraro) blog
- Leveling the Field (Jennifer Nelson)
- On a Mission (Daniel Cornwall) blog
- Passion for Diversity (Padma Polepeddi)
- Rural Improvement (Amanda McKeraghan)
- Community Ambassador (Mary Ellen Stasek)
- On the Same Page (Jennifer Schember)
- Do Something! (Amy Buckland) blog, LJS editor blog
- Data Tracker (Kim Ricker)
- A Blended Passion (Alexia Hudson)
- Razzle Dazzler (Tony Tallent) blog
- Creating Customers (Penny Sympson)
- Action Figure (Stephanie Squicciarini)
- Not Clowning Around (Devona Carpenter )
- Better Than Cool (Karen Brooks-Reese ) blog
- Working the Crossroads (Alison Cody) blog
- Storyteller (Lucía González )
- Spark Plug (Jamie Watson) blog
- Transformer (Peter Bromberg) blog, CEBuzz
- Team Effort (Sarah Erwin & Candice Gwin)
- Paying It Forward (Sol Gómez)
- On Time, on Budget ( Kim Fuller)
- Cowgirl (Lisa Wells)
Please let me know if I missed a link! Now you’ve got a lot of reading to do, so I’ll let you get to it!
14 thoughts on “Congrats Movers & Shakers!”
so great, I added a link back to this post as well. Nice work!
Nice. I’ll bet by tomorrow somebody has a version with age, height and weight. 🙂
Josh Ferraro has a blog at http://kados.org/
Thanks for the congratulations. Just wanted to mention that my blog is actually at http://alaskanlibrarian.wordpress.com.
Thanks for the congratulations! I have a blog at http://ramblingon.wordpress.com.
@Jessamyn – no thank you for matching the names with the articles that was the hard part!
@ Tim – don’t forget hair and eye color and favorite beverage! 😉
@Daniel – apologies! I got the link from Library Journals site, I should have double checked it, I’ve updated it!
@Alison – Sorry I missed you on the first go around, I’ve added you!
@ everyone – congratulations again!
I love that you’ve included links to blogs as well! Thanks for that!
And congrats to all the movers and shakers!!! 🙂
-Talking Books Librarian
Thanks for this improved arrangement. I wish LJ would have used the photo I gave them posing on the trunk of my car above my “MR INFO” vanity plate rather than the standard (boring) head shot…oh well, at least I can use it as the default on my MySpace page 🙂 (http://www.myspace.com/markev)
That really is awesome – and you can add my blog too, if you like http://www.adlit.org/mashup/.
Thanks Bobbi 🙂 In pure self-promotion mode (if not now, when), my main blog is Library Garden: http://librarygarden.blogspot.com. CEBuzz is a blog I set up for the CLENE Round table (everyone go join, it’s only $20 http://www.ala.org/clene). I do a little writing there, but mostly just managing editor duties 🙂
Thanks again for the shout out! -pete
awesomeness – thanks for this.
i blog at jambina.com/blog and Library Student Journal blog is at http://www.librarystudentjournal.org/blog. cheers! amy buckland
Very handy. You are quite the organizer! I’m anxious to check-out some of these blogs.
this is really awesome…i feel very humbled to be on a list like this…wow…
I don’t have a blog but we do have a web show that we do…http://booksandsomuchmore.blogspot.com.