Friday, January 27, 2012

back to the future

RE-HEATED POST: Would you believe I wrote this in 2006 and I still; not only feel exactly the same way; but also regularly have to "defend" this argument with co workers and managers...


Monday, October 09, 2006


going global

Catering to tourists, temporary residents and the likes is an investment for the community. We try to make much of our resources accessible to all, we hope many other libraies are doing the same.
One one hand, we want to create and sustain this expectation that when traveling for business or pleasure, the library is "the very best place to start". From home to prepare, once you are there to get more, stay in touch and so much more... That's what I do, and it is a real joy to find a welcoming library, and to meed a friendly librarian, when I arrive in a new town.

Also, I love the idea that libraries exist outside their own walls and that they are all part of a broad community... It's probably the old hippie in me but it seems that even though you may not be a locally registered library user, you are a registered library user somewhere and that should make you part of our family.
(I am so cheezy sometimes...)


Every tourism related website should have a "start at (Y)OUR library" button...

1 comments:

Anonymous said...
This is not rambling, these are great ideas.



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Monday, January 09, 2012

say no to sopa


this piece of legislation moving thru congress is very very bad.!
since you vote, you can do something about it.
Read here how Jessamyn covers the topic very clearly.
http://www.librarian.net/stax/3778/getting-serious-about-sopa-what-librarians-need-to-do/

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Thursday, January 05, 2012