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the bookless library - quelle horreur
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a conference manifesto http://www.librarianoffortune.com/librarian_of_fortune/2014/02/a-conference-manifesto-.html
replacing but with and http://www.librarianoffortune.com/librarian_of_fortune/2013/07/replacing-but-with-and.html
another use for wikipedia http://www.librarianoffortune.com/librarian_of_fortune/2013/06/another-use-for-wikipedia.html
thoughts from cil conference on client relations http://www.librarianoffortune.com/librarian_of_fortune/2013/04/thoughts-from-cil-conference-on-client-relations.html
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meb's 123s - top 10 tips for successful surveys http://www.librarianoffortune.com/librarian_of_fortune/2013/02/mebs-123s-top-10-tips-for-successful-surveys.html
has handwriting become obsolete? http://www.librarianoffortune.com/librarian_of_fortune/2013/02/has-handwriting-become-obsolete.html
the bookless library - quelle horreur http://www.librarianoffortune.com/librarian_of_fortune/2013/02/the-bookless-library-quelle-horreur.html
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librarian of fortune mary ellen bates contributes white noise to the blogosphere recent posts a conference manifesto replacing but with and another use for wikipedia thoughts from cil conference on client relations erin callan, the former cfo some additional thoughts on the meb's 123s - top 10 tips for successful surveys has handwriting become obsolete? the bookless library - quelle horreur musings from the weekend's news subscribe to this blog's feed my other accounts facebook: maryellenbates linkedin: maryellenbates other...: https://plus.google.com/109724412963581616384 twitter: mebs what i'm reading 43 folders alt search engines boing boing cindy shamel's newsletter of search tips and information industry news cybrarian outpost fumsi how to change the world indexed infonista - on being an info-entrepreneur jon carroll's column lifehacker live search blog marcyphelps.com official google blog phil bradley's blog phil bradley's weblog researchbuzz resourceshelf the enchanted porkfist the shifted librarian verna wilder's blog yahoo! search blog zen habits february 26, 2014 a conference manifesto the demise of the online information show, while not unexpected, is a reminder that the world of professional conferences has shifted dramatically. attendance at many information industry conferences is down, and indications are that this trend will continue. the traditional conference is going away, because it is no longer serving its purpose. we are no longer willing to shuffle zombie-like from one conference session to the next, passively listening to speakers talk about what they know. i am reminded of the iconic apple macintosh “1984” ad, in which a big brother-like figure is speaking on a large screen in a darkened auditorium. as he drones on, a runner emerges, throwing a hammer through the screen, shocking the spellbound audience and introducing them to the new age of liberated information technology. fast-forward 30 years, replace big brother with any boring conference speaker, and you get the same desire for liberation of learning. to the dismay of conference organizers, learning has become open sourced. knowledge is not scarce; it is abundant and free. from online universities and moocs to meetup and facebook groups, we are finding new ways to share knowledge and gain new skills that don’t involve several thousand people meeting together in a convention center. while i may not be able to throw a hammer through a projection screen, consider the following my invitation for the liberation of the professional conference. we are active learners, not passive information absorbers. in any conference room, the speaker is just one brain among many. engage all the participants; give us opportunities to share our perspectives with others. encourage social media engagement, not just social media marketing. address what we care about now. make the conference relevant to me today. some professional library associations have their conference programming planned 12-18 months out. how can a conference be relevant when its topics were set a year and a half ago? remember, you are competing with every other medium i can use to get new ideas and learn new skills. you have to earn our attention with what i care about today. lectures and panels are deadly. attendees want to be provoked; we want to think, and participate. we are not paying a registration fee because we to hear “someone from google”. we want to hear someone who will get us thinking differently. bring in someone who will disrupt things, not just someone from a leading company. no speaker needs more than 45 minutes, and after that, we want to start talking. get speakers who can turn 45 minutes into an amazing experience in which everyone learns. bring speakers are willing to challenge their audience, to get them to change their thinking and their actions. expect more from your speakers. just because they know something doesn’t mean they are able to inspire an audience. can they provoke comment? do they invite participant involvement? do they encourage learning from each other?  will they interact with your audience afterward? what do your attendees say about how they benefited from the speaker? make it worth my while. we are paying several thousand dollars to attend your conference. we have to justify that cost and our time. we want something that we can take back and put into action. what did i get that i couldn’t get from youtube or slideshare? who did i meet and talk with? how did this conference change how i think and what i do? i have no illusions that the conference world will change dramatically over the next few years. the planners who understand today’s world of liberated learning will continue to create great conferences. the rest of them may want to look into other lines of work, as their jobs here are done. posted at 09:07 am in info industry | permalink | comments (1) reblog (0) | | | | july 16, 2013 replacing but with and in the last few years, i have been working on a shift to replace the word “but” with the word “and.” it sounds like such a small change, but and it can make a huge difference in how you approach life. compare these two sentences, and their underlying tone: i’d love to help with the project, but i’m too busy. (my answer is no. go away.) i’d love to help with your project, and i’m too busy. (hmmm, i really am too busy, aren’t i? how could i re-prioritize so that i have more time to spend doing what i want to do?)  the word “but” shuts down my thinking, and it becomes much harder to look at alternatives. using “and” lets me look at my objection not as an impediment but simply the current state of affairs. “i would love to help. i’m too busy [to help with your project].” expressing it this way makes it clear that i have a choice. i can change how my time is being spent so that i can help on the project. alternatively, i can recognize that i do not want (or don’t want to figure out how) to change how i spend my time in order to accommodate the project. if the latter is the case, then a more positive and productive response to the request might be “my schedule is really full right now with commitments i’ve already made. would you like to set up a time when we can meet and brainstorm for an hour about your project?” just like that, i have shifted from an unequivocal no to wondering how i could help while keeping my time for other priorities. posted at 08:38 am | permalink | comments (2) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | june 17, 2013 another use for wikipedia at the springer lunch & learns at the sla annual conference that i led, i learned a new use for wikipedia -- more specifically, for using non-english versions. one thing i often forget is that wikipedia isn't a single collection of enclopedia entries, or "articles". rather, it is a collection of collections of articles; the english-language version of wikipedia is entirely different from the german or french versions. each article is written and maintained by people proficient in that language, and there is surprisingly little overlap among various wikipedias. take the topic of light pollution, something i am aware of every time i travel from my home in the boondocks where there are no external lights on at night to big cities where the beautiful milky way can't be seen. the coverage of this topic is entirely different in the english, french and german; even the depth of the articles varies. here are the tables of contents to the three wikipedia articles on light pollution, all auto-translated into english for comparison: english-language version   french-language version:   german-language version: the info pro who told me about this is in canada, where she often needs to search in both french and english. one more reason why i find professional conferences so valuable -- i get so many new perspectives!   posted at 10:28 am in web / search | permalink | comments (0) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | april 11, 2013 thoughts from cil conference on client relations i recently returned from the latest computers in libraries conference. (see slide decks of my presentations at batesinfo.com/extras.) one of the keynote speakers was brent leary of crm essentials, who spoke about “evolving community engagement: what would amazon & google do?”. here are my musings based on his presentation. people don’t buy from companies – they buy from people, and based on good experiences. people buy from amazon.com because it’s an easy, successful experience. they can browse among a variety of alternative products, read reviews, compare prices and features, and make a purchase, all without leaving the house or finding out that the local store is out of stock. regardless of what you think about the impact of amazon.com on brick-and-mortar stores and the working conditions of its employees, amazon’s success demonstrates how important it is for companies to  ensure that their customers always get what they are looking for. successful entrepreneurs / info pros / consultants focus on building relationships with clients; every interaction is another opportunity to either enhance or damage your brand. and your brand is only as good as your execution. if clients see that you are their ally, they will keep coming back. how can you differentiate yourself? how can you amaze your clients with something they never thought to ask for and that they value?   posted at 06:08 pm | permalink | comments (0) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | march 13, 2013 erin callan, the former cfo of lehman brothers, writes in the new york times of march 10 about her choices to devote all her energy to her job.  i didn't start out with the goal of devoting all mof myself to my job. it crept in over time. [...] i did not know how to value who i was versus what i did. what i did was who i was. [...] even at the best times in my career, i was never deluded into thinking i had achieved any sort of rational allocation between my life at work and my life outside. i find it heartbreaking to read these kinds of regrets. one of the best reasons i have for being an info-entrepreneur is that i can balance all the parts of my life. maybe not perfectly, but i know that i am in control of what choices i make, and that balance is possible. posted at 01:35 pm in info-entrepreneurship | permalink | comments (0) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | march 08, 2013 some additional thoughts on the death of handwriting, triggered by ellen naylor's comment in my earlier post. i was mapping out a book chapter yesterday (the reluctant entrepreneur - watch for it later this year!), and found that the only way to do it was to use 3x5 cards spread out on my work table. i wonder if this is an artifact of being born pre-digital... another example of how we who grew up without the web will always think and speak with an accent that digital natives don't have. posted at 03:09 pm in info industry, personal stuff | permalink | comments (0) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | february 25, 2013 meb's 123s - top 10 tips for successful surveys i just uploaded another 20-minute meb's 123s podcast, at batesinfo.com/meb123. this one offers tips for us "amateur" survey designers -- it's not part of our job description but we need to gather information that can only be gleaned by going to the source. in the podcast, i recommend surveymonkey, which i have used for a number of years and which offers flexibility and power for us occasional survey designers. what other web-based survey tool do you recommend?   posted at 04:07 pm in technology | permalink | comments (0) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | february 07, 2013 has handwriting become obsolete? according to the jan. 30th wall street journal, children are not longer being required to learn cursive script in school; instead, they are now expected to be proficient typists. (one wonders if, once tablets become ubiquitous, typing will give way to proficiency in tapping and swiping...) i can see a day in which people will no longer be able to read cursive writing; all those love letters your grandmother saved might as well be in sanskrit, and the declaration of independence will appear to have been written in a foreign language. it is a sign of the times that jack lew, our next secretary of the treasury and whose signature goes on all us currency, writes his name with 9 loops. when announcing his nomination, pres. obama noted "jack assures me that he is going to work to make at least one letter legible in order not to debase our currency."   hmmmmm. why does that look so familiar??? granted, my penmanship is so bad that i print my handwritten notes, and my signature looks like the scrawl of a third grader. but i still swoon when i see nice handwriting and dream of one day having the time to practice my cursive writing. yes, i'm a nerd. my goal:   posted at 11:00 am in personal stuff | permalink | comments (3) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | the bookless library - quelle horreur i have been reading a number of articles lately on the decision by bexar county (texas) to open a public library with only digital editions of their content. they will have lots of e-readers that patrons can borrow, along with laptops and tablets in the library. my take on the articles: keep in mind that bexar county, texas, doesn't have a county library system. this is an effort to provide library services to residents in unincorporated areas. that is a good thing. on the other hand, it appears that the library will not be staffed by professional librarians, which is an alarming move. and the cost for library versions of digital books is often significantly higher than for the print edition; the douglas county (colorado) library system tracks the disparity in pricing of the top 25 e-book best sellers between print and e-books, as well as the premium that libraries pay for library versions of e-books. and we're not talking chump change here... libraries pay $24.99 for an e-copy of the time keeper, whereas consumers can buy the same digital book for $9.50. and a wanted man? $84 for a library edition, and 12.99 for consumers.the other limitation of digital libraries, of course, is that not everything is available in digital format, including a number of bestsellers. and i just can't imagine reading pat the bunny to a child on an e-reader...  (and i must mention the aloha community library, a volunteer storefront library in a suburb of portland, oregon, as another way that a community without a public library can create one. full disclosure: my sister amy grant is one of the board members. a very small library can still have books.) that said, if a county has $1 million to spend on library services, and it wants to address the digital divide, this is one step. today, children are spending their afternoons in mcdonald's because they don't have highspeed internet access at home. offering them a place where there are lots of computers and lots of resources can't be a bad thing. were the location staffed with information professionals, who could assist patrons in research as well as direct them to the more in-depth resources available at the san antonio city library, i would feel a lot happier about the initiative. posted at 08:51 am in librarianiana | permalink | comments (1) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | february 05, 2013 musings from the weekend's news the new york times had an article on feb 3 about tibetans who have set themselves on fire to protest chinese rule in tibet. the tragedy (actually, one among many) is that self-immolations, a central part of the tibetan protest movement, are one of the few ways tibetans can protest non-violently. what i find so profoundly sad is that the reason these (mostly) young people choose to kill themselves in such a horrifying way is "that is the only thing we can do without hurting other people", as one tibetan said. how many other human rights struggles have seen such inward-directed anger and despair? posted at 04:41 pm in personal stuff | permalink | comments (0) | trackback (0) reblog (0) | | | | next » about categories adding value bing search engine google gtd info industry info-entrepreneurship librarianiana personal stuff sla social networks speaking and workshops technology travel notes web / search web 2.0 archives february 2014 july 2013 june 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 more...


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