Here is the deal, my RSS reader, its overwhelmed, I have waaaayyy too many blogs in it. I’ve tried weeding (something I’m known for being good at around the library) and I’m still not down far enough. I think I have a new plan. I’m going to unsubscribe to everything. If its good and worthwhile […]
I am way overdue on this post. Several months back my friend Maurice recognized the absence of a specific forum for library staff to discuss and share information about training, so he created the T is for Training podcast. Every other Friday a group people get together (virtually) to share tips and tricks and discuss […]
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I’ve been back from Kuala Lumpur for over a week but between Jetlag, Thanksgiving and working this weekend I’m still not back to normal (whatever that means for me). However, I want to write a wrap up and thank you post before my memories get too hazy. I think one of the best things about […]
Monday I gave a modified and longer version of my presentation for ICoLIS to Librarians at the University of Malaya, including demonstrations of several sites like Facebook and FriendFeed. It was a wonderful group who asked some great questions. After there was a small tea reception with some delicious Malay food.
Today is my first presentation so I thought I’d better write a post sharing what I’ve done over the last two days (besides prepping) before all the official stuff starts! I’ve spent a lot of time at this desk, tweaking presentations and checking email accounts, this is a work trip after all. Luckily the view […]
I’ll admit it, I’m sucker for Google products – Reader, Gmail, Docs, Blogger, Chrome and I know on some level the dangers of that. I have lots of bookmarks in delicious about it. This morning while I was watching the news I heard mention of something new – Google Flu Trends. According the the site: […]