Monthly Archives: April 2008

My 5 Seconds of Fame

I was interviewed by our local NPR station about the Grant we got for our mobile computing lab.  I know I’m a geek, I’m so thrilled to be on NPR.  It’s really short, but you can read the blurb and listen here!

Facebook gets me

My addiction to Facebook is no secret, I check it regliously regularly and if your’e my friend you probably get poked a lot.  For me it’s a great tool to keep in touch with people.  I pretty much igonre the ads, but today there was one that really caught my eye.  Rideshare! In my area!  […]

Twine Invites

I have a couple of invites for, if you want one send me an email or leave a comment with the email address you’d like me to send it to.  I haven’t had time to really play with it, so I have no opinion yet. Haven’t heard of it? From their website Twine is a […]

UKSG Wrap Up

Yes I know I’m way behind, but in all fairness I was traveling then dealing with jetlag, I had no idea it would be so bad.  The presentation went great! I’m always surprised at how recharged I get when doing these.   We really had a great crowd both times and some great questions and discussion […]

Implementing Library Learning 2.0 or UKSG Presentation

We gave our first presentation this afternoon It was a really great group of people, with great conversation, feedback and questions at the end. I promised them I’d put some links up for them so here they are! The presentation Library Learning 2.0 Library Learning 2.1 Other Learning 2.0 programs 43 Things article from Stephen […]

UKSG pt 1

I’ve arrived in Torquay, and it’s only day one of the conference but I’ve already seen a couple of things that are different from the US conferences I’ve attended that I’m impressed with, I’d love to see this practice at more conferences. Included with the conference each day are a lunch and dinner. It’s a […]


I’m off to England to present at UKSG then to Italy for some fun.  I’ll be back in a couple of weeks, refreshed and recharged. 


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