Submitted by AndyW on April 12, 2009 - 6:38pm
The Associated Press is mad as hell and they aren't taking it anymore.
While whom they remain angry at is somewhat nebulous, the venerable pillar of news reporting is looking to get a piece of the new media revenue pie by asserting greater control over their content. The current status quo is one where various types of web entities (such as Google, Yahoo!, and The Huffington Post) arrange licensing agreements in which they pay for the right to link to AP stories, audio, and videos. It is from here that the gray areas of the web emerge as sites, bloggers, and other aggregators link to the content that is generated through these AP licensees. On these tertiary sites, people can generate revenue from either ads or services that they provide while linking to AP product.
Submitted by projectlib on April 2, 2009 - 7:45am
Summary projectlib blog in 22-28 March 2009
23 March 2009 - Photo from Commart Thailand 2009
21 March, I went to the Commart Thailand.
I take my pretty photo inside commart to promote this event.
Please comment my photo at this blog
You can read detail - Photo from Commart Thailand 2009
23 March 2009 - Copy Idea is not power
Some blog in thailand is copy me.
They don't credit to me. I will blame to thier blog.
I used to say "Sharing Knowledge is power"
and I think "Copy Idea is not power"
Submitted by projectlib on April 2, 2009 - 7:43am
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.
Submitted by projectlib on April 2, 2009 - 7:41am
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 more.....you 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.
Submitted by projectlib on April 2, 2009 - 7:40am
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.
Submitted by projectlib on April 2, 2009 - 7:33am
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.
Submitted by barland1 on February 11, 2009 - 8:20am
Today in 2009 a new bunch of identity thieves will soon come after your web profiles. Aladdin a security firm has produced their security report.. According to their report, if you don't own and control your online persona, it's relatively easy for a anyone to aggregate the known public information about you in order to create a fake one.
Those Without Social Network Profiles Could Have Online Identities Stolen
This new type of identity theft was listed among other predictions for 2009 in the firm's annual report and was based on previous trends which included a rise in attacks distributed through social networking channels.
According to the report this new type of identity theft will be "devastating, both on the personal level by creating difficulties in employment, damaging social and professional connections, ruining reputations; as well as on a financial level, such as stealing customers, corporate data,"
The team at Aladdin was able to set up fake online identities which ended up connecting to the real network of friends and acquaintances easily.
What began as a harmless "fun" way to socialize, grew into a professional way to maintain someone's network and make new connections, the report notes. Unfortunately, this new type of identity theft, aka "identity hijacking," will become more of an issue in 2009 unless social networking sites create ideas that will incorporate better, more trustworthy ways of connecting an online persona to a real person.
Submitted by barland1 on January 6, 2009 - 10:19pm
An interesting study was commissioned by the British library and the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) identify how specialist researchers of the future, currently in their school years and preschool years are likely to access and interact with digital resources in 5-10 years time. Additionally, the study is to assist library and information services to anticipate and react to any new or emerging behaviors in the most effective way.
The report defines the "Google Generation" as those born after 1993.
The study was to establish whether or not as a result of digital transition, the "Google" generation are searching for and researching content in new ways; and whether it is likely to mold their future behaviors as mature researchers. Additionally, whether or not,new ways of searching content will be any different from the way researchers & scholars carry out their work.
Moreover,research libraries face a great deal of challenges today in the digital marketplace. Today, they're adjusting to facebook.
Additionally,the study found the the "Google" generation and information literacy of young people,has not improved even with more access to technology. Young people spend little time evaluating information. Young people have poor understanding of their information needs. As a result, they exhibit a strong performance for expressing themselves in natural language rather than analyzing which key words might be more effective/
Finally the study suggests that print sales will diminish drastically as blogs, RSS,media players, and podcasting devices become established.