Archive for the 'web culture' Category

ALA 2010: Making the Digital Experience More Human

Monday, June 28th, 2010

I had a fantastic time presenting at ALA with David Lee King, John Blyberg and Bobbi Newman about crafting digital experiences. So many thanks to everyone in attendance for all your fantastic questions. The social anthropologist in maintains the belief that community develops one step at a time. What steps are you taking to establish […]

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 […]

Gearing up for the Handheld Librarian

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

I’ve been invited to present at the Handheld Librarian virtual conference on Thursday, July 30th. It’s looking to be an exciting little confab, and I’m thrilled an honored to be in such esteemed company. My presentation is at 12:30 EDT, and I’m hoping to share quite a bit about what I’ve learned developing MPOW’s mobile […]

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