I’m not the first to blog about these and I certainly won’t be the last, but I wanted to say a few brief “me too’s”:
I’m going to order Social Software in Libraries…
…and not just because Meredith mentions LibWorm in Chapter Three, either! I’m going to order it because Meredith’s writings on technology (at both her own blog and at TechEssence) are smart, clear and practical- and they don’t leave out the human element. I expect her book will have similar qualities.
I won’t go so far as to recommend that others purchase a book that I haven’t myself yet read, but I will say that I am definitely ordering my copy the instant I can.. [Other biblioblog chatter about this book]
I will also need to buy a copy of Phil Bradley’s new book, How to Use Web 2.0 in Your Library:
Like Meredith’s book, Phil’s has a companion Web site, and also mentions LibWorm (curiously, also in Chapter Three). I subscribe to Phil’s blog and routinely learn new things from him, so I can’t be without this book. I just hope it gets published in the States, too- the exchange rates from Pound to Dollar and shipping from the U.K. are probably going to be painful.
Lastly, I’m going to order a copy of this book :
While I don’t yet have any indication that it mentions LibWorm ( 😉 ) and I’m still not yet wholly comfortable with the term “Library 2.0”, everything I’ve read that Casey and/or Savastinuk have written on the topic has been thought-provoking, required reading. I wouldn’t miss getting my own copy for any reason. [Other biblioblog chatter about this book]
 – It goes without saying that if Meredith wants to send me a copy, I will of course devour it and write a detailed review.
 – Naturally, the same offer is extended to Phil.
 – Ditto for Michael and Laura.
I’d also be willing to write a review for a publication if it means I get to keep a copy of any of these.
(I’m subtle, huh? My subtlety is inversely proportionate to my budget for discretionary spending.)