It’s Complicated – book review

It’s been a pretty relaxing summer.  The blog has been neglected as my writing has been working toward a book that I hope will be of interest to readers of this blog, but a completion date is n...

Putting my Money where my PLN Mouth is

Have you ever taken a step back from your Personal Learning Network and looked at who has ended up in it?  If you’re anything like me (and you know you are!), you’ve spent months or years...

Little Brother, the Hypertext Edition

I was thrilled to meet and talk to so many people at the American Association of School Librarians conference in Hartford who were interested in a project that I was working on with a grade 9 English ...

Curiosity Killed the Cat

I’ve recently become aware that people I had really not expected read this blog.  This got me thinking about what it is that I write here.  I’ve long stopped trying to tailor my blog to ...

I <3 David Weinberger

He’s my newest VBFF (is a virtual best friend forever a thing?)  I’ve just finished reading his contribution to the Cluetrain Manifesto.  If you are one of the dedicated few who have hun...

Here Comes Everybody – a reflection – Part 1

Cross posted from Hypermarc As I’ve done in the past, I will be blogging through the process of the reading Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations with a bigger pict...

Library 2.0 – There and Back Again

Cross-posted from Hypermarc. I find it interesting that so much technology is beginning to move backward.  By moving backward, I mean that a technology is introduced to solve a problem, the technolog...

Library 2.0 – Part 1

As part of course work in Hyperlinked Libraries at SJSU in my MLIS program, I am reading the book discussed below.  I feel that the book and discussion may be of interest to some of my readers here a...