Hi. Sorry to everyone who tried to access my 2.0 talk and found that it dropped out after the Cluetrain part. A little embarassing, talking about new tech and not being able to get your old tech to work… In any case, it’s fixed now. I’ve also been able to pop in a little and see some of the blogosphere responses to my talks and thought I’d list them here. I’m going to meet with some new librarians from ALIA in Melbourne tomorrow for lunch (thanks for arranging this Michelle!) and then I’m off to Sydney for two days and then home. So, I haven’t been online much — not at all in the past two and a half days — so not much else to report except that I have a sunburn and I plan to have been to four state libraries on this trip by the time I get home which I think is half of… all of them. It’s been a great trip and a real vacation; I’ll be back regular-link next week.
The Australia Library and Information Association and Public Libraries Australia are rebranding Valentine’s day.
Forget Valentines’ Day, 14 February has been re-named “library lovers’ day”! Take the opportunity to celebrate those who love and support us and to remind decision makers how “loved” we are.
And in other 14feb news, I made this:
In case you missed this on Flickr… I was interviewed by Geraldine Barkworth for a column called Librarians on the Edge in the November 2006 issue of inCite, the Australian version of American Libraries. I said she could look around Flickr and find a picture of me that she liked and she chose this one, much to my amusement.