Archive for December 13th, 2005

Consumer-to-Consumer Sharing of Playlists

Tuesday, December 13th, 2005

I’m at the Berkman Center’s lunch talk with Derek Slater about his collaborative research on playlists and consumer-to-consumer recommendation systems. Known for the blog A Copyfighter’s Musings, Derek has the distinction of being the first undergraduate at Harvard College to be a Berkman Fellow. He’s graduating very soon, so this presentation is his last hurrah. […]

The Success of Rocketboom, a Vlog

Tuesday, December 13th, 2005

The New York Times’s Robert Mackey examines Rocketboom, a video blog (vlog) with an audience that rivals the popularity of some television news programs. Steve Garfield introduced me to Rocketboom during a blog meeting. I don’t watch it or any other vlog regularly. (Yet.)

What would you like to know?

Tuesday, December 13th, 2005

I’ve been pondering that old question about what to put on an about page again. If you could ask me one question (within reason–there are certain things I refuse to answer), preferably about blogging, my career, news or special librarianship, or something related to my professional persona, what would it be?