I was thinking about the post title and it occurs to me - no offense to InfoToday - that "Computers in Libraries" is kind of an old way of thinking about things. The reality today is Libraries in Computers.
This is not a new idea - Mark Weiser was writing about ubiquitous computing in Scientific American in 1991.
The most profound technologies are those that disappear. They weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life until they are indistinguishable from it.
Is your library becoming a part of your patrons' everyday life? All this to introduce CIL 2009 session
coming up on March 31, featuring my colleague Natalie Collins. She'll talk about the process that got us to "allowing discovery to happen in the user’s regular work environment". If you want more details, a previous post about a thousand words may give a hint.