The librarian’s role in information credibility “Fake news,” “alternative facts”—these previously unfamiliar terms and concepts are now part of our
In February, I will have the honor of presenting an overview of a white paper on which my team at
Our goal at iBraryGuy is to keep you in the know when it comes to news, trends, and cutting edge technology in the library and information professions. To that end, we are excited to announce a brand new collaboration with a partner that is just as committed to the vitality of this industry as we are. iBraryGuy is honored and delighted to be working with the folks at Pinhawk! It is a one-two-punch designed to keep you at the top of your daily game!
Here at iBraryGuy, we know what it is like to be constantly bombarded with news. Between the news feeds that
And so this is it… Doomsday. The day Google Reader died. RSS fans, though often touted as a dying breed,
Tech news sites are literally a dime a dozen these days. So many seem to look and feel the same. When we first discovered Ars Technica, we were pleasantly surprised with its refreshing interface and interactivity. It was an even bigger surprise to learn that AT is a Conde Nast site. That’s right, it comes from the same folks behind so many of the popular travel and lifestyle magazines. These folks know media and they certainly know how to make AT stand apart in a crowded field of tech news services! Ars Technica is not your run-of-the-mill technical news and reviews site. It’s contributors write with wit and honesty and with an eye on the arts as well as the technical sciences. In addition to the expected news and reviews, users will also find how-to tutorials and buying guides, as well as special features. The site is deftly organized into practical chunks, with sections dedicated to business, hardware, gadgets, media,