This may become a series:
Having taken Andy Burkhardt’s suggestion and set up a few feeds from Twitter searches, I’ve seen local tweets about books, reading, study etc ….
And so I wonder (because I am not yet a reference or social librarian): if a social librarian were to pick up messages like these, what would be a suitable reply? Ah. That, I guess, will derive from the strategy which would have preceded (and been reviewed perhaps after) the listening stage
Jesus. Barely an hour into Ryan Holiday's "Trust Me I'm Lying" and I'm already blown away. You need to read it. Yes, you.
— Ben Lever (@Simbera) August 14, 2012
(@simbera: “…Barely an hour into Ryan Holiday’s “Trust Me I’m Lying” and I’m already blown away. You need to read it. Yes, you. …”)
… might s/he (the librarian that is) tweet jovially about finding it at the library with the permalink to the item in the catalogue? (assuming there was one,).
This sounds like a fun game.