Presently, library needs have instant solutions facilitated by Web 2.0 tools like Blogs, RSS Feeds, Podcasts, Video Thread, Chat / IM, Cloud Tags, You Tube and many more (Harvey, 2009). True, more new technologies are to come. Experienced with these, Ms. Harvey cautioned everyone not to be enticed by the way how these new tools are marketed but rather carefully scrutinize and select the ‘right’ tools that will be brought to the workplace for the improvement of library services (Harvey, 2009). Finally, she emphasized “not to disregard old methods that have been proven successful over time and recommended that these old methods be integrated with the new ones especially if they are found to be delivering more responsive and better library services with added value to its patrons (Harvey, 2009). And this is the essence of what it means to become a Science Librarian 2.0. In view of the above, how will this apply to me? Since Ms. M. Harvey is one of the dedicated Science Librarians whom I look up to, I wish to follow her footsteps in becoming one too. In my own little way I would commit myself to practice a librarian’s mission of delivering excellent library services to our patrons.