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Do You Web 2.0? by Linda Berube

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Exceeding your stretch: a conclusion

Rather than just adding blogs and photosharing, libraries should adopt the principles of participation in existing core library technologies such as the catalog. Anything less simply adds stress and stretches scarce resources even further. (Lankes et al., 2007)

Because the deeper a library gets into social networking, the more the evidence may scream ‘Run! Take cover!’ And that despite a lot of enthusiasm and champions. I think about what DiMaio (2009) said, all the issues for consideration explored by Portsmouth, as well as the solutions developed. And while this book is all about planning and making the case for services that can exploit Web 2.0, there is a sense that one can spend so much time preparing ...

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