Monthly Archives: October 2011

Top Ten Links 2.43: eBooks, Easy QR Codes, Time Management and Career Expectations

My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 10.22.2011 through 10.28.2011. In no particular order: 1. Amazon adds Whispersync for personal ebooks · Hidden Peanuts Amazon is declaring that they don’t care where your ebook comes from, they just want you to read it on their platform (as long as it […]

How to Extend the Due Date of Your Library eBook on the Kindle

Just a friendly tip from your friendly online librarian. :-) It is pretty easy to “extend” the due date of the library ebook you check out to your kindle, just turn your wireless connection off until you’re done with it. This will allow you to keep reading the book until you’re done. The title won’t […]

eBook Link Round Up from Internet Librarian #il2011

During the two day ebook track in at Internet Librarian there were a lot of references to articles, reports and books, by myself, and others so I thought I would put together a link round up. Content by Cory Docotrow Seriously read this. It’s free to download in the format of your choice and it […]

FCC’s New Digital Literacy & Broadband Initiative Recognizes the Role Libraries Play Now & in the Future!

This morning at 10 am Eastern the FCC announced a new initiative aimed at closing the digital divide (access to broadband the necessary technology) and address digital literacy issues. Connect to Compete is A private and nonprofit sector partnership to promote broadband adoption and improve outcomes in disadvantaged communities. I missed the live broadcast so as I […]

Top 10 Links 2.40: Poverty, Digital Underclass, Digital Culture, e-Content & More

1. Seven Reasons Why We Need Internet Activism Now via @CathyNDavidson Privacy Intellectual Property Openness Peer-learning Free Speech Open Media Innovation 2. Amazon retroactively replaces Reamde, repelled readers revolt Amazon remade its Kindle edition of Neal Stephenson’s new novel Reamde, and is now getting reamed by disgruntled readers, GalleyCat and CNet report. The e-book had been […]

Internet Librarian Packing and Travel Tips #IL2011

Every time I get ready to just copy and paste this list I find something new to add. So! The latest and great! The newest and bestest! Packing and traveling and conference survival tips! Packing list These are the things I can NOT live without at conferences A good bag in a light weight material. Forgot […]


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