We’re starting to revamp some of our technology help here at the library. And we are expanding our maker-y programming, too. To move us forward in both areas, we’re going to launch a nightly “Ask a _____” booth, where our technical team will be on the floor to demo things they’re experimenting with, as well as help people with drop in computer, ereader, and other technical assistance. We’ll be leaning into and demonstrating our learning in a public way at the library.
But we’re having trouble with the name. We want to own our passion for learning and exploring technology – and to label ourselves in a way that says we are really, really into the thoughtful application of this stuff.
So, does that make us nerds, geeks, or something else? When you come to the library would you rather:
- Ask a nerd
- Ask a geek
- Ask a _______ (but what’s the something else?)
Inquiring minds want to know. We launch the new program pretty much as soon as we know what to call it1.