At Alert Level 2 most our branches will open from Thursday 9 September, but with some restrictions in place to keep staff and the community safe (more information about Libraries at Level 2).

Wellington City Libraries

Te Matapihi Ki Te Ao Nui

Teen Blog

Reading, Wellington, and whatever else –

Tag: Social Networking

Wellington City Libraries on Tumblr

We are on tumblr! If you’re wasting some time, waste it with us at There is also useful information.


Meet Us On Facebook

Hey, you know what you should do? “Like” us on facebook. It’s a really great time over there, you can waste time on the time wasting tab write stuff on our wall, get our new blog posts in your news feed and all sorts of other neat stuff.

Meet us on facebook

No longer a Figment of your imagination

Figment is “a community where you can share your writing, connect with other readers, and discover new stories and authors. Whatever you’re into, from sonnets to mysteries, from sci-fi stories to cell phone novels”, you can find it all at Figment – it’s like a social network for those that love to write or read original stories. Check out the contests, forums or blog while you’re there, or just oggle at how cool the webpage looks.

You never know… you could be discovered as the next Stephenie Meyer.

(Us folk here at Teen Blog are alway happy to receive your writing anytime too!)

Figment Pic

Befriend us on Bebo

Wellington City Libraries

Find us… Friend us… You know the rest…


The Wellington City Libraries now has a Twitter page. Very Web 2.0! It lets us tell people what we’re up to. The Twitter homepage goes into more detail about Twitter and how it works; you can join up and let others know what you’re up to (if you want them to know).

Enzed Live lives

Enzed Live is a very new social networking site (like Bebo or Facebook) for New Zealanders. It was created by a 17-year-old kiwi from Auckland, Anjileen Daji, who says, “I wanted a place where New Zealanders could hang out online and have a good time. There are other social networks out there but none that really cater to the needs of us kiwis. I’ve been interested in web design since a pretty young age, and thought this would be an awesome opportunity to do something I love while giving back to the community at the same time.”

Enzed Live is free to use to anyone over the age of 13.