Reporting for Duty, Sir!

I am participating in the ALA Library 2.0 Bootcamp. Everyone gets their own blog to write about their path of discovery, we are using Squidoo (a fun new tool), and we have an RSS reader to keep track of it all. Luckily for me, much of this stuff is not new. I am glad that ALA is finally taking steps to get on the Cluetrain. We shall see where this motley crew will take us.

If you would like to keep track of me during this period, you can read my blog for the project here. My byline: This ain’t your parents’ library.

Don’t worry. I will still be boring you from this URL as well. Please, no gratitude is neccasary.

–Jane, a person of the Earth

One thought on “Reporting for Duty, Sir!

  • April 24, 2006 at 12:26 pm
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    Your bootcamp blog doesn’t allow for non-user comments, so I hope you don’t mind me commenting here…

    I completely agree with your statements about L2.0 and user level. I really don’t think L2.0 is all about new technology but about whatever technology works for bringing library workers and patrons together. Just because we can play with synthesizers doesn’t mean we throw out the acoustic guitars. We jam with whatever we can get our hands on.

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