Libraries are essential. Libraries are a cornerstone of community health and wellness, whether that community is the general public, a school, or a campus. We want to help. That's our jam. It's what we do. We help. Right now, the most important thing any library can do to help is to flatten the curve. There … Continue reading Why Curbside Pick Up at Your Library Isn’t Safe
Category: Worst Practices
Protect Your Privacy Opt Out of Facebook’s New Instant Personalization – Yes You Have to Opt Out
Facebook does it again! I see this when I check my page today. Connect with your friends on your favorite websites. Sounds great. Sounds suspicious. So like a good little librarian I click on the link at the bottom Learn More with "Understand Your Privacy" in small type beneath it. Which takes me to a … Continue reading Protect Your Privacy Opt Out of Facebook’s New Instant Personalization – Yes You Have to Opt Out
Is Good Enough good enough?
I don't know, but it's what I'm thinking about thanks to Jason Griffey Think about the services in your library, and the amount of effort and resources poured into making your services as good as they can possibly be. What if good enough is really enough, and instead we should be expanding our range of … Continue reading Is Good Enough good enough?
How social media can hurt your library
We've all seen warnings and stories about people getting fired from their jobs because of status updates or photos on social medial sites like Twitter, Facebook and blogs. CNN is has a new one with some social networking don'ts 1. Don't announce interviews, raises or new jobs 2. Don't badmouth your current or previous employer … Continue reading How social media can hurt your library
Socialminder = Fail
I'd like to apologize to anyone in my address book/contact list/ Linkedin network who received and invite from me to Socialminder (no I am not giving them any linky love). I got several invites from friends yesterday. Because my friends are awesome and so well connected, it's not unusual for us to get beta invites … Continue reading Socialminder = Fail