Okay I give – how the heck do you get a little icon to appear next to your feed in a reader like Bloglines? I looked at a bunch of people’s RSS feeds today and could not see anything there that I didn’t have in my feed. I have a favicon set up for my site and I’d like to have the same image appear in Bloglines. Any help will be greatly appreciated!
I just read onabout . I have some of them, but I did find some new tools. The one I was most excited about was Screen Grab, but its not compatible with the newest version of Firefox, so I’ll have to wait.
Claimed to be a social notetaking service, Stu.dicio.us allows students to publicly save organized notes, manage a class schedule, and keep up to date with tasks using a time sensitive to do list.
It sounded interesting so I went to take a look – the problem is that you can’t see what it’s all about unless you know the school and class/professor of the class. I just wanted a little demo before I signed my life away
I am all registered for my first term at Drexel. Can you believe that registration opened at 7am this morning for new masters students and at 7:38 when I registered 5 sessions I wanted were already filled.
Why didn’t I register sooner? Well I was up this morning at 4am (lots going on at home to keep my mind working) and I actually considered coming in to work late so that when registration opened at 7am I would be in front of my computer instead of underground in the subway – yep at 7am I’m on my way to work, I registered as soon as my computer turned on this morning.
Maybe more than you needed to know – but there you go.
I still got all of the classes I wanted/needed so I’m a happy camper. Classes start September 25th!
I have been having problems with Bloglines since they did their maintenance the other day. My feeds keep saying there are new posts, but when I click to read I get no results. Sometime changing the “Display items within the last” to a longer timeframe will make posts show up – when that works the posts are dated today or yesterday. Anyway, I’m getting a little annoyed – and probably missing some important posts.
That’s right, the long awaited site from WorldCat is now live – visit WorldCat.org. I have one major complaint – there is no easy way to get back home. I keep trying to click the logo in the top left – but that doesn’t work – and there is no link to home.
Hopefully that’s fixed soon.
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I know that there are other similar services out there – but this is the only one I’ve played with.lets you create and share a wishlist – the best thing is that you can import your Amazon wishlist right into their database. There are a few features I’d like to see.
- They show the list price instead of the Amazon price (which is always less).
- I’d like to be able to enter in my amazon associates tag – make a little money
Overall, a pretty nifty tool. [Thanks TipMonkies for pointing it out]
Have you seen this video yet? Information Wants to be Free.. I’ve seen it mentioned too many places to give credit to everyone – but today I saw it on