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CNET, thank you for returning me to this page after confirming my email, kudos from a first time user. et al, there's too much creative space for conspiracy theories not to be mentioned at some point so I thought I'd go ahead and say even if all this meta crossreferenced code was similar to the 4th (possibly intangible) wall from fahrenheit 451, it doesn't mean it can't be used as a good tool. it's only when you start burning books and raising heck all over the place that it's not ok but that has nothing to do with technology, you can offend someone with a spork if you try hard enough. I don't know, sorry all, anyway, the first thing for efficiency i'd like to see is library 2.0 accelerated at warp speed including open source catalogs databases. I am not currently involved or related to any librarians or have library interests and am not being paid by a library to overadvertise the highly unused full resources of libraries and their keepers. I don't mean cut funding on the libraries I mean hurry up and get the libraries integrated heck set up netlibrarybooks or something witty instead of netflix to keep supporting the local efficiency and well worn/warm books. Anyway whatevers important to you all will happen but that's my two cents, library integration. No I mean like YouTube has a link to library information, maybe let libraries pay cheap for rights to own rentable content like a lot of them do with dvd's vhs etc. Anyway lots can sprout from library research and database functionality with whatever you all go after, especially since open source is going to win. we dont have to build figurative cars and trucks on the internet, if we build the wind and then kites. big as they come, if we want, let's sing a song about it, i mean it.
*Library 2.0: better advancement and more quality integration, centralized web-based free public resources with easy integration for local libraries' personal websites, integrate more symbioticly with sponsoring sites, otherwise make one of our most efficient and versatile tools as a civilization (organized intelligence and wisdom and compassion, other) more efficient, a tool that primarily serves in various broad and/or specific as tools for its patrons. with the internet, we could play storytime for kids (not a creepo, got 2 kids of my own) through the internet while raising money for the library, tie in with some site that agrees to such as createspace or cafepress or something and let groups of children make their own art books together at the library and online through each library's website and parents/family/etc can order the books online reasonably priced with proceeds to the library, offer the base at cost price instead of fundraising price if anyone wants to donate a copy of their kids book to the library to actually physically have for others to check out. you know how rss feeds and tweets and all these things are really oh phones and tvs, too, all these things are integrating intangibly, that's a new horizon on the way, gang, anyway, how everything's integrating more and more, what about groups themselves being intangible in kind of the same way? have different ways to connect to the groups, could also have things like the standard facebook or google or other big britches (hyuk) groups and the such to also tie in to. also i'd like to see the whole mapquest concept microscosmicly (sp, again?) applied with things such as some type of retail grocery store (i didn't take marketing, i don't know if retail is the right word) to have on their website a grocery list printer and included on the shopping list you can print it has directions on which aisles to go down first either by temperature needs or quickness factor or other things, i don't know, unless you all make a nonprofit grocery store chain i probably won't put a whole lot of thought on that one so you all figure that out if you want or think it's worth it. ahh, it'll come in time some way or another as we cope with absorbing each new step that we can and i'm only fluent enough in technology to be like a simile for knowing enough of a foreign language to accidentally get fought and kicked out of a pub in a relevant country immediately, still haven't figured that one out, i'm no good with computers. anyway, still, i think what should be focused on for sure is efficiency of how to sail these seas we be explorin' since al gore graced us with this place to explore and set up shop. we need to teach each other better, another reason i thank CNET, though I will be heavily ignored due to mania if nothing else of the various things i'm sure someone or another or many others (my momma! my momma like everything i do) which is actually probably for the better, but anyway thanks for having this place that others will bounce ideas and learn and all kinds of wonderful things. More integration and efficent categorization of resources and tools including resources and tools spreading awareness about resources and tools. ok i said my many too many cents, just saying my mind though, sorry if this took up too much space or got you riled up but i wanted to express it all and i'm not sorry about that unless it accidentally hurt someone's feelings or other negative well not sorry depending but anyway a real simple fix is scrolling past this me here and finding more useful comments for your goals rolling eyes, all of its fine by me just good luck on your journeys and may the land ho's never end