Thing #20: YouTube

Microsoft Windows (code named CEMENT)

My hunny found this video on YouTube and we both laughed hysterically about it. Sorry if you’re a Microsoft fan… (2:05 minutes long)

Either way, I’m supposed to comment on YouTube’s possible uses inside the library.  YouTube might be a good way for libraries to get to know one another, for customers to get an orientation of library services, how-to videos (how to check out, use a database, etc), and library staff training.  The only thing is that we’d have to think to search YouTube for these kinds of videos, and I somehow doubt the general public would do that.

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