Monthly Archives: January 2009
I’m showing this for two reasons, one it’s a great example, two I believe in the message. Last month I wrote about using stories to market your library. This is another great example of storytelling. This one isn’t about libraries, but it is for a good cause and every effective. It doesn’t use photos or […]
The Commons Craft guys do it again, and very appropriately given the times.
Talking about the blurred line between home and work when I was writing about Twitter started me thinking about telecommuting. Writing about the recession and it affects on libraries got me thinking about telecommuting. Let’s talk about telecommuting, it seems to be something libraries have been slow to embrace. Yes, I know the old standard […]
I’ve seen many news articles and video lately about usage of libraries increasing during a recession. I’ve personally noticed my library seems busier. While many have celebrated the increase of use and the public attention we so rightly deserve, we also need to consider the down side. Our funding might be cut, the public is […]
Last week Kate asked Do you hide Twitter from your boss? Or is it ok for you to be Twittering while working? Do you (honestly) think it hurts your performance? Not many people answered her on Twitter or FriendFeed, maybe it’s because it was an odd week, between Christmas and New Years or maybe because […]