Technology Game Changers
Technology Innovation Librarian
Nebraska Library Commission
18 November 2011
What do these have in common?
How about these?
% of population with mobile
40 % of Mobile phone owners
with Smart Phones
Fourcast #99: Spider Statehttp://twit.tv/show/fourcast/99
1991Rodney KingSuper NESUSSR formally dissolvedWWW (Photo: First Web Server)
1982AT&T BreakupDeLorean bankruptcyFirst CDsSMTP
DRMOwnershipStandardsPrivacyKindle Lending Library“My first experience at “borrowing a Kindle book from the library” has left me with a bad taste in my mouth. It did not feel like borrowing a book from a library. It felt like a salesperson had sold me a book with a “no-risk free home trial” and was pestering me to buy it at the end of the trial period.”
103% of US population has mobile phones40% of mobile phones are smart phones
How about a mobile app to scan and place a hold at the library?But not necessarily an app. How about just solid mobile access to our Web sites?
Waterloo Library is situated in Lower Marsh (London), right next to the market, in a building shared with the job shop. It offers books, DVDs and CDs for loan, a reference and information service, and free use of computers for internet, email and word-processing. The library also holds a small collection of books in Bengali.
Fayetteville Free Library (SE of Syracuse, NY)Old Stickley furniture factoryLauren SmedleyOn my Tech Talk episode of NCompass Live next week