Gracious, what a rarin' librarian she always is. I am determined to read all of Jessamyn's posts without fail from now on.
In her most recent one she gives a wrap on her speaking engagements for 2008 and provides links, as is her generous way, to her totally revamped and updated Library 2.0 presentations given recently in Albany, New York.
I'm only just starting to mooch through it all, but noticed, apropos of nothing, that her profile on GoodReads is provided here in this presentation she gave recently on Library 2.0 and Readers' Advisory services, which (among other things) gives you some idea of how this site works without having to join. (Why are so many social networking sites like that? ecch.)
I got an invitation from a writing friend to join Goodreads this week, and emailed him back, asking, really? He then confessed that the "Invite a Friend" facility there is a bit tricksy - he had sent out over 1000 invites, which annoyed him no end.
So I was wary of signing up at all - I"m now able to look inside, thanks to Jessamyn.
But of course there is much, much more in those Albany talks, especially on this "Great Big HTML page". Do consider, particularly if you want a concise comparison of the usability issues of basic Web 2.0 tools anytime (about halfway down the page.)
And for something completely different - I might just include her "Ask Mefi" widget sometime, from which I found a link to this article from the NYT.
(Just in case you were wondering what else you might need in order to become a household god/goddess at some time or other.)