I am very interested in Technological changes and their influences. I think technological changes have impacts on librarians, users, information, environment, lifestyles, and many other things. “Cyberspace”, as one of the results by technological changes, expands the territory of the library from its physical setting to an online setting. I am wondering if all librarians need to acquire knowledge, skills, and understanding of this dynamic and technology-oriented information environment, or if the technological changes branch our fields broader and further to more alternatives of interests for the librarian and researchers. I am thinking about factors interplay in this arena – (1) technological changes, (2) communication channels, (3) containers of information, (4) the circulation and/or flow of information (5) users’ (or people’s) activities, needs, and capabilities, (6) the librarian, and, might include, (7) public involvement and library outreaches. Moreover, if technological changes affect people and create a new community, does this circumstance need standards to frame activities people do? I am thinking about the law or a policy for online activities. Do we need them, and if so, how much? How can the librarian help motivate users to participate in a virtual community while promoting values of appropriate online use among users? I am thinking that the promotion of a sense of community and of public involvement to the community in a real setting has already been a difficult task, and it can be much harder in the cyberspace.