Transcending the worldview of librarianship…09.23.11

23 09 2011





Creating Subject Guides for the 21st Century Library…09.23.11

23 09 2011




R. David Lankes on what “improve society” means in the mission library statement…09.23.11

23 09 2011




iPhone 5 Release Oct. 4…09.23.11

23 09 2011




Facebook’s new Timeline – “A New Kind of Profile”…09.23.11

23 09 2011




Networked Librarians Take Reading Promotion to the Next Level…09.22.11

22 09 2011




Ebooks and libraries…09.22.11

22 09 2011
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Library eBooks for Amazon® Kindle…09.22.11

22 09 2011




Pivoting to Monetize Mobile Hyperlocal Social Gamification by Going Viral in the Cloud…09.22.11

22 09 2011

Bridging the gap between marketing and free/open source developers…





Convergence and Divergence Among DigitalLibraries and the Publishing Industry…09.22.11

22 09 2011




Edupunk’s Guide to DIY Credentials – “College is No Longer the Only Way to Get a Great Education”….09.22.11

22 09 2011




Transliteracy and the Young Child…09.22.11

22 09 2011




Visualize Your Social Media Footprint…09.22.11

22 09 2011

From Mashable’s  3 Ways to Improve Your Company’s Social Media Architecture:

“A proper footprint uses a few data points (site name, platform, size, recency of moderator activity) to visualize your social media presence. Below is a generic example of an organization’s social media footprint on Facebook. The graphic below shows community (by page name), size (by size of dot) and recency of moderation (green is recent, yellow is not very recent and red is inactive)…”

“Without diving into details, big green dots at the center are good, indicating larger communities with active client moderation. Red dots anywhere (no moderation activity in 60 days) are bad. Immediately, this allows the organization to begin having serious discussions that no Excel sheet will provoke. Any spread of red dots creates a conversation: Are we abandoning our customers with on/off campaigns? Are we fragmenting the same communities across multiple resource-intensive efforts? Are there big green dots in the center that can represent best practices or serve as great places for valuable content from other parts of the organization? Are there any patterns to the successful sites?

Visualization is the first step in recognizing you have a problem…”





How Are Smartphones Being Used?…09.22.11

22 09 2011





Google and Your Memory…09.21.11

21 09 2011

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Smithsonian – Intro to Linked Open Data in Libraries Archives & Museums…09.21.11

21 09 2011




The Psychology of Social Media and the Future…09.21.11

21 09 2011




FREE – Graphical Resume Site Vizualize.Me Launches…09.21.11

21 09 2011

CLICK ON ICON BELOW TO SEE A SAMPLE OF MY INITIAL RESUME USING Vizualize.me:





TED Talks – What we learned from 5 million books…09.20.11

20 09 2011




The Explosion of Internet Connected Devices…09.20.11

20 09 2011





Smart TV – Transforming to Connected Television…09.20.11

20 09 2011




Giving Water to the Thirsty…09.20.11

20 09 2011




Project Management…09.19.11

19 09 2011




The Future of Commerce…09.19.11

19 09 2011




Brave New World of Augmented Reality Will Transform Advertising and Identity…09.16.11

19 09 2011




Mobile Prototyping Essentials…09.19.11

19 09 2011




Portable, Participatory, and Personalized Learning…09.18.11

18 09 2011




Everything You Need to Know About Windows 8 in 8 Minutes…09.17.11

18 09 2011




3 Steps to New Habits…09.17.11

17 09 2011




Tech Trends and Creating the Future for Libraries…09.16.11

16 09 2011
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