Opportunity Knocks

Web 2.0 and the Library

TLN
Plymouth Library
September 27, 2006

John Blyberg (blybergj@aadl.org)
“There’s a comparable quiet revolution underway
   right now, one that is likely to fundamentally
   transform the way we ...
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library
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Opportunity Knocks: Web 2.0 and the Library

  1. 1. Opportunity Knocks Web 2.0 and the Library TLN Plymouth Library September 27, 2006 John Blyberg (blybergj@aadl.org)
  2. 2. “There’s a comparable quiet revolution underway right now, one that is likely to fundamentally transform the way we use the Web in the coming years...” Steve Johnson Discover www.discover.com www.discovery.com/issues/oct-05/departments/emerging-technology/ Good morning. Thanks very much for coming, and many thanks to TLN and the Plymouth Library for their kind speaking invitation. I’m pleased and excited by the fact that TLN has put together this program on Web 2.0. I hope that you’ll find, after today, that Web 2.0 and libraries have the potential to synthesize into a new, exciting, and effective way to information brokering.
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