October 26, 2005

Speech at Internet Librarians conference

I just got back from the Internet Librarians conference in Monterey, California, where I gave a talk about some of the recent work we have done at the Pew Internet Project and some of the subjects that have preoccupied us as we consider future research.

It was the ninth conference of the group, an interesting and growing mix of academic, corporate, medical, and public librarians. It was my third time there and these librarians never fail to be engaging, inquisitive, smart, and exceptionally friendly. It’s just what you’d want librarians to be.

My full speech text can be found here.