Archive for March, 2008

A Sadly Truncated Conference

Monday, March 31st, 2008

Due to a family emergency, I had to leave PLA a few days early. I’ll send in my reports on the events I was able to attend soon. ETA: I had the title as “truncaded” for this long and no one told me? Gee, thanks guys.

Tweeting Into Bright New Minneapolis

Monday, March 24th, 2008

(with apologies to Craig Finn) I’m heading off to the Twin Cities for a few days to attend the Public Library Association conference.  Hopefully I’ll be blogging from the conference, assuming the hotel decides to hook me up with wi-fi that doesn’t cost $15 a night. I’ll try to add photos should the situation warrant. […]

On the Nature of Things: An Introduction to Library 2.0

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

I had the distinct pleasure to visit the Glen Ellyn Public Library last Friday to speak about social software during their Staff in-service day. They just began their own Learning 2.0 program, so it was a great opportunity to share the enthusiasm we had at MPOW. Presentation slides are here. If anyone from Google Docs […]

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