Monthly Archives: January 2011

Egypt: tear gas and hotels

[ by Charles Cameron ] Here are two data-points to drop into the mind-pool as we think about current events in Egypt, the Middle East in general, and the way the world turns. DoubleQuotes is my name for the format … Continue reading

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Picking Up Where We Left Off

Like any librarian trying to understand where our “new media” (and access to said media!) are taking us, I’m a tad worried about the future of libraries – especially of public libraries since they’re so tightly tied to local financing.  … Continue reading

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Brainstormers storm the open Web

Welcome!  This is a blog for members of the Brainstorms community to post their observations, thoughts, opinions, and questions.  A group blog, where Brainstormers post, and anyone comments. Howard Rheingold launched Brainstorms back in the 20th century, and nurtured it … Continue reading

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