My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 1/29/2010 thru 2/4/2010 about dismantling the echo-chamber… more on the echo chamber Content Creators & Consumers (& the iPad) – an interesting post on who the audience of the iPad is. I know its not me, but I’ve had conversations with enough […]

Since posting the Libraries and Transliteracy slideshow I’ve been asked many times to define transliteracy. Its a slippery term, people often confuse it with digital literacy or technology literacy. Sometimes I’m not sure I even have a good grasp on the concept. So a colleague and I sat out to hash out the details, here […]

Great post from erin dorney at library scenester on why students, librarians, administrators should be paying attention to the Library Day in the Life Project, I couldn’t have said it better. One of my favorite post is from Andy Woodworth Library Day in the Life Round 4 (The Love Note) I haven’t read all the posts yet but I […]

I rescued this email from my Spam folder last night. How awesome is it that someone made this & sent it? So to everyone who participated in anyway, every way – Thank you!

My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 1/22/2010 thru 1/28/2010 “Your Brain Can’t Handle Your Facebook Friends” – great article from Mashable using Dunbar’s Number to explain why you can’t keep up with more than 150 Facebook Friends. I’m guess that applies to Twitter as well. Social Technology & […]

I took these notes today as part of The Day in the Life project, if you would like to read more please see the wiki, if you’re interested in how it all got started read this post My title is Digital Branch Manager, I work for system that serves 4 counties with 8 branches (9 […]

I took these notes today as part of The Day in the Life project, if you would like to read more please see the wiki, if you’re interested in how it all got started read this post My title is Digital Branch Manager, I work for system that serves 4 counties with 8 branches (9 counting mine). In […]