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Top Ten Links Week 35, eBooks, Digital Divide, and Social Media Fatigue

My personal select top ten links from Twitter 8/27/2010 through 9/2/2010. The best of the best and/or the most important stuff I tweeted last week 1. 7 Stories About Women Heroes in Tech via dontgetcaught – I can always use more inspiring stories about women, especially in tech where there seem to be fewer of us. 2. […]

Top Ten Links Week 30 – Happiness, Social Media Comptency, eBooks, Digital Natives, Prezi, Facebook Privacy and More!

My personal select top ten links from Twitter 7/23/2010 through 7/29/2010. The best of the best and/or the most important stuff I tweeted last week 1. So-Called “Digital Natives” Not Media Savvy, New Study Shows via @colleengreene – I know the concept of digital natives has been popular but anyone who works with the generation knows […]

Top Ten Links Week 29- Logo Contest, Speaker Tips, Finding Time, The Value of Privacy, and More

My personal select top ten links from Twitter 7/16/2010 through 7/22/2010. The best of the best and/or the most important stuff I tweeted last week! 1. Logo Contest Entry – John LeMasney « Libraries and Transliteracy – Libraries and Transliteracy needs a logo so we’ve opened up a contest. 2. Logo Contest Entry – Nate Hill […]

Top Ten Links Week 24

My personally selected top 10 links that I posted on Twitter from 6/11/2010 to 6/17/2010 1. me too! RT @sumaya: I need to take the advice from this post: Learn to Say “NO” to (more) Meetings – written for entrepreneurs but great advice for anyone 2. The Death of the Library: Read It and Weep I walked into my local public […]

Top Ten Links Week 23

My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 6/4/2010 thru 6/10/2010 1. great list of people to follow! – My Personal Learning Network of Librarians & Library Trainers By @MLx – this pretty self explanatory, Marianne has put together a great list 2. 10 Ways to Use Google Books for Lifelong […]

What Really Motivates Us at Home and at Work

This 10 minute video is a great introduction to Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel Pink. I am a fan of his blog and his TEDtalk is one of my favorites and I definitely recommend the book.

Top Ten Links Week 22

My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 5/28/2010 thru 6/3/2010 1. Managing the Productivity Paradox – HBR IdeaCast – I love these podcast from Harvard Business Review. I’m also very interested in what work and doesn’t work in the workplace. Tony Schwartz talks about what is needed to renew […]

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