Monthly Archives: April 2011

My First Post at Library Renewal – ALA EQUACC Interim Report

Recently I was invited to be a contributing editor at Library Renewal* and I was delighted to accept (because I need more projects!)ūüôā ¬†Seriously I think what is happening right now with access to electronic content is very important. Tonight I published my first post, simply the Interim Report released by¬†The Presidential Task Force on […]

Top Ten Links 2.14: Impostor Sydrome, DRM, Angry Birds and More!

My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 4.3.2011 through 4.9.2011. ¬†In no particular order 1. nope its me too! RT @VenessaMiemis: reading about imposter syndrome…. and i thought it was just me I suspect lots of library folk suffer from this. The¬†impostor syndrome, sometimes called¬†impostor phenomenon or¬†fraud syndrome, is a […]

Real Winning Isn’t About Torpedoes It’s About Giving

Disclaimer: This post has NOTHING what-so-ever do with libraries. I¬†can’t express how disgusted I am with the whole Charlie Sheen thing and that instead of helping that man people are encouraging him. I’m even more disgusted that people are willing to pay up to $350 to see him. Recently several of my friends retweeted this […]

Challenge! Escape from the Echo Chamber

Its been more than a year since Ned Potter got me thinking about the echo chamber in libraryland and more importantly the need to escape it. ¬†I’ll admit that while I’ve thought about it and wrote about I haven’t made any extreme efforts. Oh sure I have had some successes (some through no effort on […]

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