Archive for the 'Found Online' Category

Just call me Tenzing Norbook, I guess.

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

Omniscient marketing guru Seth Godin turned his eye toward the eternal question of how libraries should remain relevant in the digital age: They can’t survive as community-funded repositories for books that individuals don’t want to own (or for reference books we can’t afford to own.) More librarians are telling me (unhappily) that the number one […]

ALA 2009: Pre-Post-Conference Wrap-up

Monday, July 13th, 2009

What an exhausting, inspiring, educational, and productive four days. It’s going to take a little bit to process my notes on everything and come to some conclusions. I do know I’ve got some things to do back at the old POW. In the meantime, I had to share this, because it cements my feelings about […]

Adventures in Collection Development

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

Hola, amigos. Sorry I haven’t rapped back at you for a while.  Been working on a few things at MPOW which have left little time for extracirrucular activity. I’m hoping to get back into this blog soon, with some more content and (hopefully) a brand spanking-new theme. But my job is not all nose-to-the-grindstone technology […]

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