Since Tim O'Reilly coined the term "Web 2.0" in 2004, the Internet has exploded with Webbased applications for
communicating, networking, organizing knowledge, and streamlining current awareness. From wikis and RSS to social bookmarking and virtual worlds, Web 2.0 technologies are touching all aspects of the library. As information
stewards, law librarians must become capable of assessing and implementing these tools to expand our outreach and
educate our patrons about the new social context for information.