A friend shared this link with me. The Occupy Wall St. movement happening in the financial district of Manhattan have some librarians on hand helping them out. You can check out their site here or visit their Facebook page. If you happen to be in New York, they are in Liberty Plaza in the northeast corner of the park.
I haven’t posted in awhile. The new semester has started and I’ve been busy doing many a librarian thing. I’m writing a book chapter for a LITA guide on Web Analytics. I’ll be talking about Drupal and WordPress statistics. I’m excited about the project, and even more excited about the short deadline (Nov. 17).
Here’s some delicious bookmarks. I figure I should share them with any other librarians interested in that sort of thing. http://www.delicious.com/jtidal
This isn’t really about TERMS, but what it’s on. They’re using tumblr to host their site.
It’s very rare that I see a librarian group utilizing it.
This is the Maryland University library after Monday’s earthquake. Read more here.
Here’s an interview with Daniel Ellsberg. He’s the former military analyst who released the infamous Pentagon Papers. This interview was taken soon after ALA New Orleans 2011. It’s an interesting look at the freedom of information and government transparency. I recieved this over the PLG listserv from Kathleen Pena McCook.