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NFAIS 2009: Born Digital – Born Mobile

Mimi Ito closed the conference with her talk titled Born Digital – Born Mobile: A look at the Future of Communication and Search. Mimi asks, are these web 2.0 technologies just this generation’s version of punk rock? Will kids give it all up when they become adults? Or is there a cultural change here? If she were to pick one thing were profoundly different it’s that making and sharing media  [ Read More ]

Map the world’s WiFi

This sound so awesome – but I can’t participate because I have a Mac. WeFi is software loaded onto your laptop or mobile device. It automatically detects and qualifies all Wi-Fi access points within range and connects you to the spot with the best Internet connection. If the WeFi software detects a new access point, it allows you to be the first to map it. WeFi also provides you with  [ Read More ]

Wireless at Internet Librarian

This year I was doing double duty as a conference blogger and a MLS student. This means I needed reliable internet access. I was planning on paying for wireless, but as Sarah has pointed out – wireless was insanely priced at $50 a hour or $300 a day!!!! See the screenshot on Sarah’s blog. Instead I paid $10 a day for wired access in my room. Technorati Tags: il2006, il06

Wireless Airports

Gotta love my Download Squad. Today they pointed me to TravelPost: TravelPost released a comprehensive guide to airport wireless connections this week. IT covers exact details to wifi signals from top US airports, and smaller airports. TravelPost lists whether the service is free, where to grab the signal, which service provider is sending out the wifi signal, and what the connection price is for hourly, monthly, and daily rates. There  [ Read More ]

WiFi Hotels

After our experiences in Washington at CIL a bunch of bloggers are wondering what next year will be like at a new hotel. Well Lifehacker has a post about the Best and worst hotels for WiFi. I haven’t read the reports yet, but I’m sure they’re handy.

ATO2014: Pax Data

Doug Cutting from Cloudera gave our closing keynote on day ...

ATO2014: Saving the

Marcus Hanwell, another fellow moderator, was the last session ...

Bookmarks for Octob

Today I found the following resources and bookmarked them on ...

ATO2014: Open Source

Luis Ibanez, my fellow moderator, was up next to ...

ATO2014: Open Source

Erica Stanley was up next to talk to us about ...