‘Maybe what we are going to learn out of this isn’t some technological thing,’ Farah said. ‘Maybe what we’re learning is to be more comfortable with a higher level of risk.’ I asked if he did feel comfortable with the risks the program was taking. He thought for a moment. ‘I realize there’s no other way to do it, so I am comfortable with it.’ (Rauch, 2008)1
Do you Web 2.0? A confession
The most critical issue for public librarians today is bringing their services out of the dark of the hidden web, and in so doing creating a new role for themselves in the digital community. Accomplishing these goals requires commitment to evolving an already strong local and cultural brand to one equally strong in the web environment. They do not ...