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LibraryThing API

This is so awesome!!! Introducing the LibraryThing Web Services API. The API will eventually do many things. For starters it includes all of the data in LibraryThing’s Common Knowledge project, our groundbreaking “fielded wiki” for interesting book information (see original blog post). It includes fields like series, important characters, important places, author dates, author burial places, agents, edits, etc. If you’re interested in building or enhancing book-data applications, this should  [ Read More ]

Moo Cards – Bigger & Better!

Several librarians I know have Moo cards. I however stuck to my custom business cards ordered from VistaPrint because I preferred the standard size. Now Moo is offering full sized business cards! Going to have to hide the credit cards so I don’t go crazy buying cards with puppy pictures

More fun with Wordle

I wanted to try Wordle again. I decided to put in my resume from LinkedIn and my Publications & Presentations to see who I was according to Wordle. My Wordle Originally uploaded by nengard I see this as an addicting little toy … what else can you create a Wordle tag cloud with?? Technorati Tags: wordle

DonateNow Mashup Challenge

A great way for non-profits to get $10,000. How would you mash up the Network for Good donation processing service with other services to make it easier for nonprofits to raise money online? NetSquared, Network for Good, and the Case Foundation invite you to help them enhance Network for Good’s online donation process. Winners in each category will receive a $10,000 cash prize by a panel of judges at the  [ Read More ]

ATO2014: Open Source

Charlie Reisinger works for Penn Manor school district and was ...

ATO2014: The first F

Remy DeCausemaker aka "RemyD" was up next to talk to ...

ATO2014: Unmanagemen

Luis Ibanez talked to us next about unleadership and unmanagement ...

ATO2014: Social medi

Rikki Endsley overheard this at a conference: "I don't believe ...

ATO2014: Easing into

Scott Nesbitt was up next with his talk titled: Easing ...