Hannibal Travis – “This Article argues that digital media such as the broadband Internet, the World Wide Web, and the blogosphere should be at least as free as the press was at the time that the First Amendment was ratified in 1791″
Emily Clasper – “With the proliferation of library blogs, Iâ€™m always surprised to see how few libraries blog their reference questionsâ€¦ especially the common ones”
A FARQ is a Frequently Asked Reference Question. This is a wonderful idea and one that I have advocate for a long time. Go Emily!
J – “Blogging at a library conference is a great way to avoid going outside and seeing exciting new places.”
Eugene Volokh – “Has Reading Blogs Changed Your Life?”
For me, they have, both for better and for worse.
T. Scott – “I remember that just a few years ago, having a blog as part of the pre-conference preparations was a new and radical experiment, and they’re still not as common as I might expect.”
For those that assign a blog as a requirement for a course, do you give the students the option to not have the blog publicly available for all to read? If not, do you tell them how to set it up so that it isn’t?
Does this question make sense? Sorry, I’m running on very little sleep these days. Thank goodness for energy drinks!