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My delicious bookmarks for 2010-01-25

My Kansas Library on the Web — WordPress & Koha Widgets WePayCollect and Manage Money TLists – Search. Curate. Join.A directory of Twitter Lists More of my links

The T is for Training Challenge

You may have noticed that the T is for Training group has been posting 27 things about themselves. Well somehow I missed that email (as I am a member of the group – but get way way way too many emails in general). Here are my answers – better late than never 1) Your One Sentence Bio I am a librarian, open source evangelist, blogger, writer, teacher, dog lover and  [ Read More ]

Open Source & the Letter of the Law

I’ve stayed mostly quiet on the issues that have been rearing their head regarding the newest LibLime software offering because of my connection to the company in the past. That said, I had to comment on Josh Hadro’s most recent post about the community uproar over LibLime’s Enterprise Koha. Josh starts his article by saying Typically, a revamped vendor product line doesn’t result in a flurry of open letters to  [ Read More ]

My new career

On Thursday I started work with ByWater Solutions as the Director of Open Source Education. In my role I’m going to be working with the open source library world doing a little bit of everything. As mentioned a month ago I will be working with both ByWater Solutions and BibLibre on Koha. I’ll retain my role as documentation manager and hopefully will find a way to improve the accessibility of  [ Read More ]

WordPress is for more than blogging

When people approach me about content management systems such as Drupal and Joomla I ask if they have considered WordPress – I almost always get a blank stare. This is because WordPress has a reputation of being for blogging – and just for blogging. I use WordPress for my book sites and for any other sites I’m asked to work on. I love using WordPress as a CMS, it’s so  [ Read More ]

My delicious bookmarks for 2009-09-23

300+ Resources to Help You Become a WordPress Expert More of my links

My delicious bookmarks for 2009-08-09

DIVINE official websiteDivine creates websites from Photoshop to WordPress Overdrive Inteactive Social Media Map Open source stars for Mac OS X: Part 1 TechSoup for Libraries, a project of TechSoup More of my links

WordPress Hacks

I’m a huge fan of WordPress – it’s what I tell everyone to use for their websites if possible. Now, Smashing Magazine has an awesome post with 10 WordPress Hacks to try out on the comments section of your WordPress blog. Comments sections are neglected on many blogs. That is definitely a bad thing, because comments represent interaction between you and your readers. In this article, we’ll have a look  [ Read More ]

My delicious bookmarks for 2009-05-26

BackupUrl.comCreate a cached copy of any url! Life Hacking – PaLA EventTips for making your life easier on the web. compfight + a flickr? search tool twitterfeed.comHere?s how to get your blog (or any other RSS or Atom feed) sent to popular microblogging platforms ConvoTrackEver wanted to see the entire conversation surrounding a post? Now you can! This simple bookmarklet will load comments from Twitter, FriendFeed, Digg, Reddit, HackerNews and  [ Read More ]

Why WordPress?

I taught a class earlier this week where I told the participants that we were going to use WordPress to create a website. One question I got way why WordPress over Blogger? My answer was personal preference – but now I have some really great reasons for why WordPress over Blogger. If you’re using a blogging package to create your entire website – then you can’t use Blogger because Blogger  [ Read More ]

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