It is difficult to put fingers to the keyboard to write this post. There is so much happening in the world. I have tried to stay true to my commitment to take a break from social media, with limited success. Last month Library Journal gave the Seattle Public Library the Library of the Year award. … Continue reading Mover and Shaker Revoked
If you're interested in the issues surrounding ebooks and libraries take a look at this upcoming virtual summit from Library Journal and School Library Journal.* Early Bird Registration is available until August 13th. ebooks: Libraries at the Tipping Point will bring together public libraries, academic libraries, and school libraries (K-12) in a day-long virtual conference … Continue reading eBooks: Libraries at the Tipping Point – A Virtual Summit
I am proud to say I know so many of the people on this years list - Josh, Matt, Amy, Jason, Steve, Brian, Maurice, Andy! Congratulations to everyone! Rebekkah Smith Aldrich Peggy Cadigan Gretchen Caserotti - Twitter Stephanie Chase Lisa Chow Maurice Coleman - T is for Training, (almost) Bald Trainer (blog) Ernie Cox - … Continue reading Congratulations to the 2010 Movers and Shakers
Last year I posted a list of Movers & Shakers with a link to their blogs, so I thought why not make it a tradition. Below are the names linking to the LJ post about them and a link to their blog/wiki/website. While you're at it check out this map that LJ put together showing … Continue reading Congratulations to Library Journal’s 2009 Movers & Shakers
Library Journal's list of Movers & Shakers is up. I grabbed this list (which includes names) from Jessamyn West's page. All I did is add a link to the blogs if I could find one. Because we all need more blogs in our bloglines folders! 😉 Thank you to Jessamyn for putting the names with … Continue reading Congrats Movers & Shakers!