Professional Media | Social Sciences Reviews

A helpful resource for any library or museum staff dealing with local historical assets; a required text for any library administrator or staff looking to create better technology support services; a helpful tool for librarians looking to delve into social media or further harness it in new ways

Instant Photos | Arts & Humanities Reviews, May 1, 2016

A history of Polaroid and how it changed photography; a collection of stunning images taken from a iPhone camera

Social Networking, Bibliographic Models, Cosplay, Better Research Guides | LJ Reviews

A practical and hands-on guide that would be helpful for researchers in fields such as the social sciences and humanities; a highly recommended work that will be essential for catalogers and appeal to all librarians; an essential reference for librarians and library staff interested in bringing cosplay into their setting; a roadmap for developing the best, most focused online guides

ThrillerFest VIII: What I Learned About Ebooks, Social Media, & Writing

Though everyone sees ebooks as the future of publishing, we’re not there yet. That’s not a surprising conclusion, but the panelists at this year’s ThrillerFest VIII (July 10–13 in New York) grappled ably with the ramifications. Several panels—e.g., “What Are the New Rules of Digital Success?” and “What Are the New Rules of Social Media?”—addressed current changes head-on even as panelists acknowledged that change keeps happening.