first i’m going to move this content to a blog space i control. look for a link to a new location here in a few days.
i’ve been following many of these for at least a year. some have gone idle for a while, and some are rss feeds of more active places (so you might get 40-50 items per day). i don’t read every item, nor do i read every day (sometimes the quantity is just too much). a few […]
i should not write when i’m feeling cynical.
i never expected that most uses of libraries led to knowledge creation … at best i figured for knowledge duplication. i knew that media in the library wasn’t, in itself, knowledge, and i knew they didn’t contain knowledge (they contain representations of information, of course). i had this idea that knowledge creation ultimately led to […]
i’ll get a bit ahead of myself and say that much of what i’ve read in the atlas makes me feel like i’m exactly in the right place. the atlas has given me words for some ideas that i’ve never had concise expressions for before. this is, obviously, good news for me. about the mission […]
This may be a result of my newbie status, but I feel like there’s rather a lot of participation in social media by librarians and information workers, but not nearly as much social media reaching out to information users. At the moment I have at least thirteen librarian and library blogs in my instance of […]
Henry Mensch is a new student at the Syracuse University iSchool. He has more than twenty years’ experience in leadership roles in the IT area, and is now looking to broaden his horizons.