The Peep Diaries

There’s a new book out by Hal Niedzviecki called The Peep Diaries: How We’re Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors. A never-ending spectacle of bodies and souls are baring everything for entertainment, self-betterment, and fame – think Reality

New Resources Online

I just went to a New England Library Association Conference and I always pick up some new information that surprises me. Consider the following from a 2008 survey of over 27,000 freshmen & seniors at 98 institutions: 98% own a

Web 2.0 and Libraries

The Friends of the Library are having their annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 26th. Lichen and Jay Rancourt will talk about social software, Web 2.0 and libraries. Here’s a sample of the websites we’ll visit: Quicker than

YouTube is for Amateurs

YouTube presents podcasts by you and I, regular people, to the world. Yesterday I watched a doozy that made me question just exactly what it is I mean when I use terms like “regular people” or “normal people” or “amateurs.”