I love hearing from readers, especially when they're teachers. Here's my very favorite message of today, reprinted with permission.
Thanks so much for your book. I'm reading it for a second time...and will no doubt read it a third.
I teach a seminar (soon to be a webinar) on research skills for high school seniors who are bound for college. I open every seminar with this question: "What could you be, what could you do, what could your life be like, if you knew that you could find the answer to any question you might ever have, about anything - and not just about what is, or what has been, but what will be?"
Once I kick out a few examples of such "any questions", I have to be very careful not to let this introductory discussion overwhelm the entire time for the seminar!
Now you know why I thank you for your book.
Makes me want to go back to school. Thanks Brian!
I had lunch with Superpatron this week (ten ways to build better libraries).
Thanks to a name change, I'm now on the advisory board of Global Findability.
I'm reading too much. The Black Swan. Fascinating, disturbing, and addictive. The Art of Forgetting. Not sure I agree. Is Relevance Relevant? Less and less. Open Source Search Analytics. User-defined best bets? Happy Friday!