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Thinking About Libraries

I’m thinking about public libraries again. Kenneth Warren has engaged squareONE learning to help design and guide a strategic planning inquiry for Wadsworth Public Library. We began the interactive part of the process with a staff day this week. It … Continue reading

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The Library Is Open

featuring 24,014,408 books (including 1,251,822 with full-text) [as of April 27, 2010] One web page for every book ever published. It’s a lofty, but achievable, goal. To build it, we need hundreds of millions of book records, a wiki interface, … Continue reading

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The Librarian’s Shadow

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IN THE LIBRARY

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PLAYING IN THE LIBRARY

from The Shifted Librarian. Hot Books is a game designed to bring life back into libraries by forcing players to explore, discover and share the deserted and unexplored spaces that make up a library. See also: Jane McGonigal’s Avant-Game Hot … Continue reading

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