Monthly Archives: January 2006

The Web 2.0 challenge to the OPAC

The presentation I really wish I had attended at the ALA midwinter: Designing an OPAC for Web 2.0 by Casey Bisson of Plymouth State university. (Presentation in Flash) This is the best summing up of both the challenges and opportunities

Posted in Library 2.0, OPAC, Web 2.0

Another norwegian take on Library 2.0

Magnus Enger who just finished his Masters degree in documentation science have decided to start writing in english, and his first post on Library 2.0 is just facinating and provides a much needed perspective from a new and fresh viewpoint

Posted in Librarian 2.0, Library 2.0

What do I think Library 2.0 is?

This question popped up in my head after posting the last post about Cites & Insights. Where would I put myself in this conversation? I’ll try to sum up my loose threads of thought and see if anything comes out

Posted in Library 2.0

Cites & Insights on Library 2.0 and “Library 2.0”

Walt Crawfors Crawford (sorry Walt!) writes the widely read and usually interesting newsletter Cites & Insights. Where he in the latest issue (PDF)(Volume 6, number 2, 2006) tries to sum up and describe Library 2.0 as a phenomenon, based on

Posted in criticism, Librarian 2.0, Library 2.0

The state of Library 2.0 in Norway today

I just wanted to set a baseline for what I think is the state of Library 2.0 i Norway today. These are my thoughts and impressions. Please feel free to comment on anything you thing is missing, wrong or just

Posted in Library 2.0, Norway, Scandinavia

Blogging in english

I have discovered over the last two months that blogging in Norwegian limits the number of readers and feedback, and participation in the general discussion on the subject that is on the top of my mind right now, Library 2.0.

Posted in Blogging, Language, Norway, Podcast, Scandinavia
January 2006
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