Monthly Archives: July 2010
Even With the Sacred Printing Press, We Got Erotic Novels 150 Years Before We Got Scientific Journals.
http://video.ted.com/assets/player/swf/EmbedPlayer.swf Clay Shirky talks about cognitive surplus in this Ted talk. Now it’s tempting to want to get the Ushahidis without the LOLcats, right, to get the serious stuff without the throwaway stuff. But media abundance never works that way. Freedom to experiment means freedom to experiment with anything. Even with the sacred printing press, […]
On Sunday I had the honor of presenting with David Lee King,Toby Greenwalt, and John Blyberg. It was amazing to be on a panel with them and I learned a lot by listening to their presentations. Toby has shared his along with some notes. They are doing some amazing things at Skokie. David has posted […]
I have many blog posts percolating from ALA, pages of notes to decipher and I still need to regain my voice. However in the meantime something to tide you over – Battledecks. I have to give Janie Hermann mad props for my awesome bio: Next up is Bobbi “Nuclear” Newman She is the “Librarian by Day” and […]