Tag Archives: web4lib

best of publib

One of the funny things about librarianship, to me, is how much of our collective “hive mind” type of knowledge is wrapped up in mailing lists and their online archives. I still subscribe to at least four library-oriented mailing lists … Continue reading

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happy fifteenth birthday web4lib

Roy Tennant has a short reflective piece on the occasion of Web4Lib’s 15th birthday. It may seem like this is a self-serving message designed to solicit “good job” replies, but that isn’t my intent. I started the list because I … Continue reading

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these are not my del.icio.us links

But I do have a backlog of things to tell you about and only a medium amount of time to tell them to you, so I will be a little brief. I have been in New Hampshire peeking in at … Continue reading

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are librarians innovators? do libraries innovate?

I read the web4lib mailing list in RSS format. It’s fascinating because not only is there a lot of good advice, and a lot of familiar faces, but I also learn a lot in terms of what people do and … Continue reading

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help LITA out with a little survey

From the web4lib list: “We are gathering data for our presentation at this year’s LITA National Forum. Our presentation is “Putting all the Pieces Together: Building a Cyberinfrastructure at the Georgia State University Library”. We invite you to participate in … Continue reading

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