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Paul McGuire 31 Oct 18
Don't self-promoters know that no one reads their stuff? What about the serial retweeters who do nothing else? There needs to be a balance.
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dougpete 31 Oct 18
Serial retweeters need to get out and recognize that there's a whole world out there and to see things through their own eyes.
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Paul McGuire 31 Oct 18
There is so much good conversation out there - muting is a wonderful tool. Soft Eyes reached its limit for Twitter - it would need to go elsewhere like
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dougpete 31 Oct 18
Great idea for a panel discussion - point, counter-point.
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James M. Skidmore 31 Oct 18
I enjoyed the discussion of my blogpost - thanks for including it on your program. Nice to see that others have similar warm and fuzzy feelings for libraries and their openness.
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James M. Skidmore 31 Oct 18
And yes, we have to make more academic research public, both in terms of being available outside pay walls, and accessible in terms of style.
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Paul McGuire 31 Oct 18
It would have been better on radio
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Paul McGuire 31 Oct 18
try and do a self-reg session with school admin
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Paul McGuire 31 Oct 18
not addressing the elephant in the room - the peace and safety of others - too much of a focus on the individual
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Paul McGuire 31 Oct 18
you can have soft eyes of course, but proper prosocial bevaviour has to come first if we are going to live together in society
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