24 December 2006


Michael Stephens has posted the most popular posts on his blog, Tame the Web, for 2006. If you haven’t already seen them, they are well worth a read. There are also a few by others that he (and I) really like.

Most of the list:
Five Factors for User-Centered Service, http://tametheweb.com/2006/01/5_factors_for_user_centered_se.html
Ten Techie Things for Librarians 2006, Selling RSS to Medical Librarians,
en Ways to Lose Your Techie Librarians, http://tametheweb.com/2006/03/ten_ways_to_lose_your_techie_l.html
Weblogs & Libraries: Notes from a SirsiDynix Webinar, http://tametheweb.com/2006/03/sirsisdynix_weblogs_libraries.html
Five Phrases I Hope I Never Hear in Libraries Again, http://tametheweb.com/2006/04/ten_phrases_i_hope_i_never_hea.html
Ten Rules for New Librarians, http://tametheweb.com/2006/06/ten_rules_for_the_new_libraria_1.html
Ten Signs I Hope I Never See in Libraries Again, http://tametheweb.com/2006/07/ten_signs_i_hope_i_never_see_i.html
Ten Things I Know About Libraries,http://tametheweb.com/2006/10/ten_things_i_know_about_librar_1.html
The User is Not Broken, Karen Schneider, http://freerangelibrarian.com/2006/06/the_user_is_not_broken_a_meme.php
Six Trends Driving the Future of Libraries, Helene Blowers, http://librarybytes.com/2006/07/six-trends-driving-future-of-libraries.html
Making Time for Web 2.0, David King, http://www.davidleeking.com/2006/09/19/making-time-for-web-20/
The A List (on Bibliobloggers Ethics), Jessamyn West, http://www.librarian.net/stax/1653

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