Stephen Abram has a great post about The Library 2.0 ‘Bandwagon’ on his blog. If you’re on the wall about Library 2.0 then this is the post to read. Stephen […]
My RSS Feed is doing something funny. A bunch of posts that I didn’t touch today have shown up as updated. I am still playing with settings and plugins for […]
The 26th Carnival of the Infosciences can be found at Data Obsessed.
I mentioned this weekend that I wasn’t a fan of the new WordPress for 2 main reasons. Well I’ve solved #1 and I can deal with #2 🙂 #1 was […]
The Torn Librarian has a great post about the “schism” that is deepening between those in the professional library world who are tech savvy and those who aren’t. What is […]
I’ve talked about online spreadsheet programs before. Now Solution Watch has a review of Thumbstacks – an online presentation maker. With Thumbstacks.com, you can make presentations – like slideshows, or […]
Finally! The official CIL Dine Arounds are listed on the CIL conference site. You can also find information on the CIL Wiki. I’ve signed up for mine – have you? […]
I just stumbled upon Free Classic AudioBooks. It offers a few classics in windows media format and in m4b audio book format for iTunes and the iPod. It says that […]
I have chosed chosen a different theme to go with my newly updated blog. For those of you who don’t usually visit stop by and see the new look.
Everyone gave this new release rave reviews, but I have a few problems. #1 – I am not a fan of TinyMCE. I demoed it when we were choosing an […]