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Uncontrolled Vocabulary #32 – Cranky people make good audio.

March 5, 2008

Uncontrolled Vocabulary #32 is now available for download. Here’s a direct link to the mp3.

You can subscribe to the podcast (as well as this blog) via the following feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/uncontrolledvocabulary

On the call:

Greg Schwartz, Louisville Free Public Library
Laura Carscaddon, University of Arizona
Stephen Kellat, Host, LISTen, the LISNews.org podcast
Michelle McLean, Casey-Cardinia Library Corporation
Michael Sauers, Nebraska Library Commission

Links to the show topics:

1. All Things Must Pass; Moving On From Ask.com (ResourceShelf)
Mahalo

2. Libraries Ban Sex Offenders (KOAT.com)

3. Fear of Internet Predators Largely Unfounded (Schneier on Security)
How the media can misrepresent the Web (rabble news)
Flint Waters responds to my rabble column about child porn and the media (Wayne’s Brain Dump)

4. The Tweet heard round the world (Citegeist)

5. Free download of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods
Why free reading is important (Boing Boing)

6. Cory Doctorow: Put Not Your Faith In Ebook Readers (Locus Online)

7. NFAIS: social database mockup (walking paper)

Also, going to make another attempt to claim My Podcast Alley feed! {pca-ea82562cacfac95b194834b9001c68b4} and My Odeo Channel (odeo/447ffbde25a7cadb). Apologies.

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5 Comments
  1. FEEDBACK:

    i LOLed for real re: your last comment about search companies and mayors.

    your discussion and Michael Sauers comments helped me realize that i’m asking for many different things in my little mockup. much of it, like a halfway decent interface, good URLs, and RSS really wouldn’t take vendors any time at all to deal with.

    the persistent spaces and social stuff is more of a challenge to be sure, but not insurmountable.

    i’m also interested in the question about who would use the advanced features, shall we say, of something like this. so much of what i talk about is pubic library focused, but it is probably obvious i see this having academic library implications.

    the public library audience of the future might be interested in something like my social database. this article has only one data point, but i like how it mentions people growing up from myspace to blogger:
    http://digital-lifestyles.info/2008/03/05/bloggercom-beats-myspace/

    there might be something to that, and likewise they might grow into tools like the one i mocked up. if we have them…

    THANKS

  2. Thanks for the mention of Mahalo!

    all the best,

    Jason

    ps – you can see the Greenhouse at work here:
    http://greenhouse.mahalo.com

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