By Meredith Farkas | December 1, 2005
- The unsinkable Rachel Singer Gordon’s column about the role Gen-X’ers can play as a bridge between the boomers and the millennials. She’s dead-on and this is an article you should clip out and give to the boomer library administrators you know.
- Heidi Dolamore’s blog, Quiddle. Her posts about her job interviews should be read by every library student. She’s also running for ALA Council, which I’m sure will also garner some interesting posts. Keep an eye on Heidi. She is definitely going to be a mover and shaker in the library world.
- Michael Yunkin’s terrific Digiwik: The Digitization Wiki, a wiki all about digitizing various types of media. I think a collective knowledge base is the best use of a wiki, so I’m psyched to see this addition.
- The release version of Firefox 1.5 is out!
- Tangognat’s Library 360: Snarky, but I can’t resist spartan armor!
- Aaron Schmidt’s description of his successful Dance Dance Revolution night at his library and how, yes, games can turn gamers into library patrons.
- WordPress.com‘s new free hosted blogs.