This is where most of the current L2 discussion seems to be centered, and for good reason. Why pursue something if you don’t know what it is, or whether it even exists? I love the current discussion because, despite everyone’s differing perceptions of L2, there is a common denominator emerging that defines some interesting boundaries for the term. Naturally, a concise definition of “Library 2.0″ is not going to happen–it’d be a house built on sand. Assuming that ongoing discussion is part of L2’s foundation seems to be the pragmatic thing to do. Pursuing any subsequent action should acknowledge that L2 has a core set of ideologies that are interpreted differently by many.