I’ve been oddly busy lately. I can’t exactly figure out what’s been taking up all my time, but what with one thing and another I’ve been getting behind on my blog reading. Consequently, I’ve got a tremendous backlog of “to read” posts piling up.
But tonight I made my way through a few of them, and here are some of the more current posts that caught my eye:
- Steve Lawson writes about connection between research and social networks
- The Gypsy Librarian reports on an article on the difficulties faced by new liaison librarians
- Mary Minow encourages librarians to join the Section 108 study group (for you lucky ones who don’t know what that is, it’s possible copyright law revision)
- Tim O’Reilly tries to define “Web 2.0” again
- And Roy Tennant reminds me how important an API is in the grand scheme of things, even though I don’t ever use them myself, or do any programming at all… I’ll just stand on the sidelines and cheer.
And now on to some of the older reading…