I think it's interesting to read all the different perspectives on the future of libraries. Nobody is really sure what every aspect will look like, but everybody has their set of ideas. In "To better bibliographic services ," Riemer thinks we should have web features on our library sites. He thinks we should let kids write book reviews and create tags on our library websites (i.e. Amazon and Google. ) I also liked his discussion of "metadata." He did a good job of helping me understand how information was layered into databases by embedding additional information into topics. I knew this, but his short blurb helped me "see" it.
Dr. Schultz really connected with me in "To a temporary place in time... " I loved the way she discussed the progression of libraries. I also benefitted from reading "Visioning the school library 2.0." I liked how this article discussed "a vision - not the vision." Nobody is sure exactly how it's going to look, or if there should only be one way. With 2.0 everything should constantly be changing or evolving.
What do you think? There is so much to think about when it comes to the future of libraries.