Librarian by Day Bobbi Newman | I'm not that kind of librarian

Posts Tagged ‘Flickr’

Put Down the Phone and Pay Attention

Last week I (and many others) spent a lot of time documenting the Internet Librarian conference, photos, tweets, blog posts, facebook updates. Did the act of digitally documenting the events change anything? Did the process of lifestreaming change my (and others) behavior, perception of what was happening and memories of it. Will we remember it better or worse? A recent ...

How to attribute a Creative Commons photo from Flickr

09.28.2009 · Posted in Flickr

Yes, the absolute correct way! I previously asked how you credit a CC photo from Flickr. Since then I've been doing my research and here is the results - The correct way to credit a photo. You need to follow the guidelines set by the license. I'm only going to address attribution. According to Creative ...

How do you attribute Creative Commons Flickr photos?

07.21.2009 · Posted in Flickr

Update 9/28/2009  Please see this post on the correct way to attribute photos, it includes example of an perfect attribution. I get most of the great photos I use in my blog posts from the Creative Commons licensed pictures on Flickr.  Most of these request attribution and I've seen it done many different way.  Some ...

Flickr commons for libraries and museums

03.30.2009 · Posted in cil2009

Flickr commons develop in 2007 – LoC approached Flickr about sharing photos, encouraging users tagging jan 16th 2008 launched Many nations now participating Can now only search the commons http://www.flickr.com/commons/ Brooklyn Museum - contributing to the commons caused flickr account to get flooded with comments, also posting photos that they “think” are something posting to ...

You’ve got 30 minutes, how do you use them?

02.10.2009 · Posted in Polls, Time Management

I've seen some interesting conversations pop up online lately about FriendFeed vs Twitter, if spending time on Friendfeed killed your blog, (or not) that feedreaders are dead. Here is the thing, most of us don't have that much time to spend online, networking, learning, creating content, whatever.  I remember Helene Blowers talking about taking 15 ...