Yearly Archives: 2006

Secret conference?

I have been busy these last three months trying to get the conference “Digital og Sosial 2.0” – Digital and social 2.0 – in Bergen, Norway. It will be a two day conference where librarians will meet and discuss Library

Posted in Conferences, Librarian 2.0, Library 2.0, Norway

IFLA 2.0

Reading Michael Stephens blogpost on ALA 2.0 I started thinking about library organizations and how web 2.0 can improve relations between members and organization and between organization and the world at large. I wrote a post on the Norwegian Library

Posted in IFLA, Librarian 2.0, Library Associations 2.0

Going with the flow

Usually libraries and librarians are considered to be a little “outside” the main flow of society and the world at large. In many ways this is a good thing. Libraries are built to stay and exist for a long time

Posted in Librarian 2.0

Split in three, add two components, stir…

Thanks Magnus for yesterdays comment on the web 2.0 ness of the LibLab project. Thinking and writing furiously last night and this morning I think I may have a solution. The project aims to achieve three things: Build a network

Posted in Library 2.0, Library lab

On the nature of 2.0

I have worked hard on my Library Lab project, but had a nagging feeling that something was wrong. There was two problems with how I first envisioned it. And as my feeling of discomfort with the work increased I started

Posted in Librarian 2.0, Library 2.0, Library lab, OPAC, Users, Web 2.0

Sold out – to the Man!

Yes, I have sould out. Really! To the Man! The norwegian national agency for archives, libraries and museums have asked me to write a proposal for a library 2.0 project, they’ll even pay me to do so! So, I’m sold,

Posted in Library 2.0, Library lab, Users, Web 2.0

We’ll be back after a short break

Having an operation on tuesday, getting back from hospital on friday, and then on to the birth of my daughter on saturday kind of left me breathless and exhausted. I’ll be back when I can.

Posted in Uncategorized

Library computer security 2.0?

In a comment Jeremy from Canada raises the question of security in the Library 2.0 world. He raises some good points, and the most important in my opinion is: I think it’s great that people are waving the flag for

Posted in Library 2.0, Security, Users

Library 2.0 = MyLibrary?

Michael Stephens is collecting Library 2.0 definitions, and asked for mine. Since I'm not at all clear on what my definition is, what I came up with was based on what was going on in my mind at the time.

Posted in Library 2.0, Users, Web 2.0

Trough of disillusionment

A very useful visialization of the development of understanding of new technologies: From Information Visualization blog UPDATE: One thing that struck me when I looked at this was the placement of blogs. I would say that blogs are further along

Posted in Hype or Hope?, Web 2.0
May 2022
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