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.
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 […]
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 […]
One more follow up to Library Camp Kansas, Joshua M. Neff was interviewed for LISNews. As one of the attendees I was really interested to hear his post unconference take on things. Take a listen! Again thank you to Brenda, Josh, Erin and Jason for organizing this wonderful event!
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 […]
My third session was Web 2.0, here are my notes. Started with definition of Web2.0 collaboration user centered flexible How is 2.0 used in Academic? Virginia Tech has a blog that is comment cards from patrons then response from Lib Duke University Ipods? “we’re at library camp Kansas, we’re all big freaks” – david Lee […]