Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Daily Thoughts 10/27/2009

Taganrog Chekhov Library & Museum (built in 1911) by Fyodor Schechtel

Daily Thoughts 10/27/2009

I finished reading The Art of Innovation by Tom Kelley. It was a satisfying and entertaining read. I think I may have gotten some useful insights from reading the book.

Today, I talked about doing shifting with my colleagues. It was quite interesting.

Web Bits

A plan to make libraries open to the public, both public and university in Nova Scotia, Canada.


A coming new obsession: how to handle a smaller print-book business.



Bob Babinski said...

Any restrictions to libraries, in Nova Scotia, Quebec, or New York, should be diminished as much as possible.
Meantime, I invite you to the Good4sports blog, to nominate your top 5 sports books of all time. Good4sports is non-monetized, and is designed to foster exchanges on the good that can come from sports.


Book Calendar said...

Eventually there will be a system of universal book kiosks I think.

It will allow you to print a book in a few minutes or download a book to a reader or other device like a cellphone or laptop. It is not very far way.