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Metadata MOOC in the news

My Metadata MOOC has been receiving some publicity recently, and I wanted to dedicate a post to documenting it. Not just because I have a big ego –- though I do –- but also because it’s good publicity for UNC … Continue reading

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Interview with Duke Magazine

I just did an interview with Duke Magazine on the future of libraries, particularly how technology is changing librarianship. I have to give the writer credit, he said that he’d been reading the library literature for background. I was amused, … Continue reading

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The future of libraries sound bite

Needs for new library stack up, from the Rock Hill SC Herald Wanda, SILS’ resident PR Genius, forwarded me an email about a week ago, that she got forwarded from someone, et cetera, through some circuitous means, ultimately from a … Continue reading

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Media darling

A freelance writer for NewsFactor magazine contacted me at the beginning of January. She was working on an article about Wikipedia, as she put it in her email, “attempting to downplay the vitriol and folderol seen in recent press reports … Continue reading

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Kojo

I got a call in the office on Thursday from Brendan, one of the producers of the Kojo Nnamdi Show, which airs on WAMU radio, in DC. They’re planning to do a show on Wikipedia and the “wiki phenomenon,” as … Continue reading

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I Get Ink

No, not a tattoo… I spoke to a reporter from the Daily Tar Heel yesterday who was writing (was writing at the time; has written now, of course) an article for today’s paper on open access journals. He spoke to … Continue reading

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