Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Daily Thoughts 2/9/2011 (The Content Management Bible, Twitter)

Johannes Geiler von Kaysersberg: Navicula sive Speculum fatuorum. Straßburg, 1510

Daily Thoughts 2/9/2011

I checked the displays, updated an announcement for an event on Twitter, and am editing the web survey so we can do it as an in person survey as well.

An example of how an event spreads virally.  We posted a poetry event on our website and now it is picked up by a local Mount Vernon poet.

On the way home, I read some more of The Content Management Bible.  It is 1122 pages long.  I like what I am reading.  Some of the ideas are quite interesting from a library perspective, "content makes ideas visible" and "content is neither hardware nor software."  For me it is almost the philosophical grounding of what you put into computers.
Web Bits

New York Libraries Say Governor's Proposed Budget Cuts Are Disproportionate

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