All Clippings From The ‘Board Member Posts’ Category

Archive of Library Renewal Discussion on “T is for Training”

June 17th, 2011

Listen to this audio archive from this morning and get some updates and commentary about Library Renewal, electronic content access… click for more

ePubs on the Kindle

May 18th, 2011

So the twitterverse exploded a bit ago with the report that Amazon had talked to publishers about submitting ePubs instead of… click for more

Netflix, House of Cards, and Libraries

April 7th, 2011

A couple weeks ago, I saw a post on TechCrunch – Netflix Original Content Is Much More Than A Strategy… click for more

“Sometimes I feel like we set ourselves up to fail.”

March 16th, 2011

Last week, at Avon Lake Public Library (Avon Lake, Ohio), I gave a talk to the Lorain County Resource Sharing… click for more

Patricia Schroeder (Past President & CEO of the American Publishers Association) on Libraries, eBooks and Publishers

March 13th, 2011

A battle between libraries and publishers? Nah…but this technology really hasn’t been oversold…in fact, it is shaping the future of… click for more

Conversation: Outrage is Not Adaptive

March 6th, 2011

In the interest of continuing the conversation on this issue, we’d like to highlight some of the comments from the… click for more

Outrage is Not Adaptive

March 1st, 2011

So, another warning shot has been fired in these early days of the Information Revolution.  Of course it’s outrageous. The… click for more

eBook User’s Bill of Rights

February 28th, 2011

This is from Sarah Houghton-Jan and Andy Woodworth – and we really like it! We think it covers readers, authors,… click for more

All Your ebooks are belong to us – for a fee

February 26th, 2011

HarperCollins wants to limit ebook use to 26 times, and then have us pay again. That sounds smackingly similar to… click for more

Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal

February 26th, 2011

Harper Collins, by way of the library vendor Overdrive, provoked some discussion online today in both library and non-library circles… click for more