Yesterday's "slam the boards" was apparently so successful (at least with librarians) that I think it should be taken a lot further. After all, there are information seekers everywhere, and just hanging out online killing time because it's more fun than doing your job isn't enough. No, you need to get out there in the big world and answer some questions!
My suggestion for a first stop - the mall! Slam those malls! Malls have those information kiosks where people ask things like, well, I don't know what kinds of questions they ask, but I bet some excited reference librarian could field the questions. And they have bookstores, which would make a lot of librarians feel at home. And just think of the exciting questions there must be at toy stores and lingerie stores and shoe stores. The excitement of satisfying those information seekers must be tremendous.
Usually, the gung-ho "marketing" librarians want to be all things to all people in one place, but with my new slamming the mall idea, librarians can be one thing to all people in one place, and maybe get a little shopping done in between questions.