Internet Librarian 2010 got underway this morning with Patricia Martin, marketing expert and author of the popular book, Renaissance Generation, sharing her most current research on what we can expect from the coming cycle of re-birth.
Kate Ray’s film, Web 3.0 brings the semantic web to the non-technical folks. Kate Ray is a recently-graduated NYU journalism/psychology student, currently working on kommons.com (beta).
Yesterday, Don Hawkins posted an excellent post about Michael Sauers session on Twitter. Not long after, Stan Bogdanov got a chance to interview Michael for a few minutes.
For more interviews and video from Computers in Libraries 2010 check out Stan’s YouTube Channel.
David Lee King, author of “Designing the Digital Experience” will be a busy man at Computers in Libraries 2010. The poor guy will be in both the “Making the Most of Twitter” and “Videocasting Boot Camp” workshops on Sunday, he will be working with Michael Porter to live-stream the Keynotes and then he will be leading Experience Design Makeover on Monday morning and in the afternoon on Monday he will be one of the C105 – Digital Managers Sound Off panelists – and that just through the end of the first full day of the conference.
Since unless you are in one of his sessions, you may only see him as a blur moving around the Hyatt Regency, here is a session of his from last fall’s Internet Librarian 2009. In this “Designing the Digital Experience” session David provided attendees with five points to enhance the experience of visitors to your website.
Last year’s Computers in Libraries opened with a keynote address by Lee Rainie, Director, Pew Internet and American Life Project. Erik interviewed him before his address titled “Friending Libraries: The Nodes in People’s Social Networks”.