Archive for the ‘read/write web’ Category.


Watched part of LITA’s “Top Technology Trends” panel on streaming video earlier today, very cool. As someone who doesn’t often get to participate in ALA “live” (and has only ever read summaries of TTT after the fact), I appreciated the chance to catch the bits of discussion you inevitably miss in writeups — and to see the panelists’ reactions to one another. This is definitely something I’d like to see more of, esp. from LITA, who should be out in front pushing for virtual participation.


Catching up on LISNews, I saw these two headlines within several posts of each other:

Wikipedia may restrict public’s ability to change entries.

Britannica’s New Site: More collaboration, participation from experts and readers.

Hmm, says I.