I have a couple of invites for Twine.com, 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 new service that helps you organize, share and discover information about your interests, with networks of like-minded people. You can use Twine alone, with friends, groups and communities, or even in your company. Read more [...]
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 within the group. It was so great to meet everyone and I do hope everyone keeps in touch. Several people talked about implementing LL2.0 at their libraries and I can't wait to see them. I really enjoyed the overall set up of the conference. I know I said it before but I'll say it again because Read more [...]
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 Abrams Read more [...]
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 great opportunity to meet and talk with other people, which is one of the best parts of going to conferences. You can sit with someone different at every meal, hear different perspectives and exchange ideas with out the hassle of trying to meet people in your classes to meet up with later (especially Read more [...]
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.
Looking for a free way to edit your photos online? There are lots of options but today one more joins they frey and it's already got name recognition on it's side. Adobe Photoshop Express allows you to load pictures from Facebook, Photobucket and Picasa. There are plenty of tools, but of course not everything that the paid version does, but still for a free tool, it's pretty nice. Go check it out. Read more [...]
I've spent an hour or so playing with Facebook this morning. MRRL has had a facebook page for awhile now, but I thought I'd create a group to see if that works better and/or attracts more fans. One perk I noticed is I'm allowed to create officers and name them whatever I like, so far I've named myself Crown Princess and Robin Webgoddess ;) Does anyone have any experience with Page vs Groups? or just thoughts you'd like to share? On a slightly related note, have you seen TouchGraph? It will create a visual map of keywords or URLs. Very cool. It also has a Facebook plugin which I Read more [...]
Let me say upfront that Library Camp Kansas was a huge success! Everything went off a without a hitch and so many great ideas were exchanged! If you're wondering where my notes are from Session 2, I didn't take any, it happened over lunch and it wasn't convenient to be eating and typing. Registration was from 9-10, at 10 the Unconference officially kicked off. Brenda Hough opened about a story on NPR Marketplace about an unconference where 80 people signed up and only 4 showed up. Lib Camp KS had about 100 people sign up and it looked like we were all there! Brenda talked about what would Read more [...]