According to a recent Career Builder article posted on CNN, technology has played an evolutionary role in some of today's job opportunities. With the five careers that are listed in the article, cybrarian made the list. According to the article, cybrarians possess all the research and data gathering skills of the traditional librarian, but end up applying that knowledge to online technology.
I think most information professionals can be called "cybrarians" and have been merging technology and research skills long before that term was coined. How does today's librarian ensure that their clients don't think of them only in terms of books and journals?