Blog-Links from: Web 2.0 for Librarians and Information Professionals


During my first visit of the British Library I detected some interesting books, like this:

Kroski, Ellyssa (2008) Web 2.0 for Librarians and Information Professionals. New York.

Within I found some nice Blog links and most of them are really stunning!

Tech Crunch is a weblog dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new Internet products and companies.

Micro Persuasion. Steve Rubel explores how emerging technologies are revolutionizing marketing communications

Read/Write Web is a blog that provides Web Technology news, reviews and analysis.

Emely Chang’s eHub eHub is a resource created to document, promote, inform and celebrate the next generation web.

Tame the Web: Libraries and Technology Tame the Web (TTW) is a blog written by Michael Stephens. TTW deals with libraries, technology and people – and the fascinating intersection between all three.

Library Stuff Steven M. Cohen is senior librarian at Law Library Management, Incorporated. He is the creator of Library Stuff (published by Information Today), a weblog dedicated to keeping current and professional development for librarians, which has been live since August, 2000.

Librarian in Black ressources and discussions for the „tech-librarians-by-default“ among us.

ALA Techsource is a unit of the publishing department of the American Library Association. ALA TechSource publishes Library Technology Reports, Smart Libraries Newsletter (formerly Library Systems Newsletter), and the ALA TechSource Blog.

Info Tangle is a place where I (the author of the book) can publish my writings about my interests; emerging technologies, Web 2.0, information, and libraries.

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