Hi there. Long time no hear.
Difficult to believe but six months have passed since I last posted something here. But does that mean that I have left the mozilla/library perspective behind? Nope. On the contrary: last April I was accepted as a Mozilla rep and ever since I have been more focused than ever on the strategical links between digital literacy, Mozilla tools and the library and learning sector. As a matter of fact, I’ve been so absorbed by all this that I haven’t had time enough to reflect on the process and I have felt a lack of time and energy to keep this blog updated. Above all, what has kept me busy during this time is the myMakerbox.es project: a mobile makerspace for digital empowerment. I’m really happy that the concept is actually taking off and evolving. The concept is very much focused on various aspects of digital literacies, following the connected learning model and the thinking of Doug Belshaw and others. The Mozilla community, and in particular the #webliteracy and #mozteach oriented part of it, is still one of my main inspirational resources, together with all the amazing input I get from friends and collegues in the maker movement, inside and outside of the library business. A lot of the Mozilla related visions, ideas and concepts I have been playing with here on the #mozlib blog, fka #mozillarian, I now canalize through makerbox workshops, talks and tinkering. The “mozlib thing” is all embedded there. So, for the time being, don’t expect so much activity here on the mozlib blog. But hey I have no plans to dump it – once in a while I will publish stuff here. However, FYI: I’m currently much more active on myMakerbox.es. See you there!