Jan 8, 2019
Gary Price is a librarian, author and co-founder of infoDocket (on the web and Twitter), now part of the Library Journal. Before that, he co-founded ResourceShelf and Docuticker, which he edited and ran for ten years. In addition, he's worked as a librarian at George Washington University and as Director of Online Information Resources at Ask.com.
In this week's episode, we talk about the importance of curation in an information-rich environment, and how being that curator helps establish your authority and profile in the community. We also touch on the open web, the invisible web, and the present and future of libraries in an increasingly online world.
His most recent collection of open web documents and reports is here.