Thai Library blog in this week#2 (2-7 March 2009)

Summary projectlib blog in 2-7 March 2009


2 March 2009 - Thai library talk by english language in sunday

Since 1 March 2009, I will write summary my blog by english language.
My purpose in this case...practice english and simple to read for other countries.
I want to exchange library informaion in Thailand to the world.

You can read detail - Thai library talk by english language in sunday


3 March 2009 - My busy work in this week

In this week, Many story about my work have problem.
I serious about it. Some case is fault for me.
I want to say everyone. I serious and I sorry about it.

Thai Library blog in this week#4 (15-21 March 2009)

Summary projectlib blog in 15-21 March 2009


15 March 2009 - lack of librarian in Thailand

Thaipost (Thailand newspaper) report about lack of librarian in Thailand.
I think some topic in this news wrong...I wrote this blog for suggest addition information.
Many blogger comment this topic very can suggest about it too.

You can read detail - lack of librarian in Thailand


16 March 2009 - Clip baby librarian (so cute)

When I entered the website youtube...I found many interesting clip.
Today I search "librarian" into search tool. I found the cute librarian.
I presented this clip to everyone...cause it's so cute.

Thai Library blog in this week#3 (8-14 March 2009)

Summary projectlib blog in 8-14 March 2009


8 March 2009 - Library in the Facebook

I explain about library in facebook.
They have information, search, photo, video etc. about their library.
In this case, I suggest it to thai library for develop library service.

You can read detail - Library in the Facebook


9 March 2009 - Librarian go to thailand book fair 2009

In this month, Many event happen in Bangkok.
Such as Commart Thailand, Thailand book fair, Bangkok motorshow.
Thus I want suggest about Thailand book fair for Librarian.

Thai Library blog in this week#1 (23-28 February 2009)

Summary projectlib blog in 23-28 February 2009


23 February 2009 - Introduction about THINK camp.

I wrote about Thinkcamp (THai INtegrated Knowledge camp).
Thinkcamp is unconference everyone talk about thai website and promote blog.
This event Same "Barcamp" and "Pecha Kucha". Unconference and limit the time.

You can read detail - Introduction about THINK camp


24 February 2009 - Introduction about ICS (Information and Communication Science)

In Thailand, LIS in education is not update.
After I listen to the IFLA seminar 'From LIS to ICS, a Curriculum Reform'
I interest that course. So I wrote it for LIS education in Thailand.

2 killed as truck collides with cars, slams into bookstore

A car-hauling truck collided with several vehicles Wednesday night before slamming into a bookstore in La Cañada Flintridge, authorities said.

Los Angeles County Fire Department officials said they have reports of two fatalities and several injuries.

More here


Spider-Man Faces Being Banned In Nebraska Public School

Follow-up blog entry at to this story.

After watching the news story on Omaha’s KETV Channel 7 website, I did some research into the title of the book, since it’s never mentioned but the cover appears on air. The graphic novel is Spider-man Volume 2: Revelations. Written by J. Michael Straczynski, with luscious curves provided by John Romita, Jr., Revelations was published in 2002 in hardback. Both Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and the Marvel Comics website do not list the book as having been published within the last 6 years, so I don’t know why the book was reported as being new, other than the fact that it was apparently new to that library’s collection.

Now here’s where the school district might have dropped the ball in a big time way. On the copies I have been able to find, the book says in big white letters “Rated PG, Ages 12+.” This book would have been fine in middle or high school, just not in the hands of a 6-year old! Whoever reviewed this book didn’t do their job. Mrs. Svendsen has a right to complain.

Full blog entry here.

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2009 LITA/Brett Butler Entrepreneurship Award winner announced

Spring Series Library Open Solutions Webinars Announced

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Library Partnerships

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WIND ENGINEERING 1977-2008 now in one on-line package

Library Card Leads Police to Alleged Thief

Sheboygan police say they were able to track down a theft suspect because he left behind his library card, which he apparently used to try to unlock a tavern door.

Full story here.


How To Save Newspapers

David Carr of the NYT imagines a secret meeting of top newspaper people complete with cigars and cognac. On the Agenda:

  • No more free content
  • No more free aggregators
  • No more commoditized ads.
  • Throw out the newspaper Preservation Act.

    United, newspapers may stand.

  • Things To Consider Together

    Dave Winer, the gentleman who helped birth RSS, posted at his blog thoughts about a post-newspaper world. Jamie LaRue, director of Douglas County Libraries in Colorado, posts his thoughts about a replacement role libraries can play for news. The thoughts from LaRue are notable to consider in light of what the Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts said in LISTen #62.


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