By embracing the interactive, user-generated world of web 2.0, libraries can ensure they keep pace with bold new ways of learning. That's the tag line for the article Quiet revolution. They can't resist a reference to library stereotypes with the 'quiet' bit, but the rest of the piece is really good. It looks at how libraries can use 2.0 stuff, the problems facing students who are using more traditional resources, book bags (read the article), and so on. It's a short piece, but it's a nice recognition pointing out that libraries are actually doing 2.0 stuff.