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[2b2k] Moi moi moi

I was on On the Media this morning. I love OTM, a radio show that loves the Internet, and I love Brooke, so this was a thrill. In fact, I was so smitten, and Brooke’s questions were so good and hard — not antagonistic, just thoughtful and hard to answer — that I gave barely coherent replies. Fortunately, they managed to find 6.5 minutes in which I didn’t ramble off the pike too far.

Also, AOL TV ran a 1.5 minute piece with me in their “You’ve Got…” series. Embarrassing story: In the first take, I confidently looked in the camera and gave their standard opening: “This is David Weinberger, and you have…zettabytes!” The friendly folks (I had a good time) politely asked me to try again. I thought I’d said it with appropriate verve, but it turns out that with a two-word opening, I still managed to get it wrong. It’s “You’ve got…” not “You have…” (In the next take, I nailed those two words, the professional that I am.)

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Videos

Here’s a video of my talk at the Harvard Bookstore last week.

And Ulrike Reinhart has posted a two-part podcast from the summer of a conversation I had with Peter Kruse, here and here. Thanks, Ulrike and Peter!

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[2b2k] Interview with Kevin Kelly on What Libraries Want

Dan Jones just posted my Library Lab Podcast conversation with Kevin Kelly, of whom I’m a great admirer.

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Interview with Dan Cohen of Zotero

My interview with Dan Cohen about what libraries can learn from Zotero has gone up at the Library Innovation Lab blog Dan’s a really interesting guy, and Zotero is a great app that models openness.

Here’s the complete list of podcasts on the site>

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