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Hello Minnesota!

I’m in Minnesota this week teaching Reference in the Digital Age at multiple locations and Get Your Game On: Using Video Games as Outreach at one location. So far Minnesota is beautiful and everyone it super nice! I’ll be resuming your regularly scheduled and opinionated blog posts next week. ;-)

Implementing CMS: Public

Aubri Keleman, Teen Services & Web Coordinator, Whatcom County Library System Tao Gao, Live2Create Interactive Aubri – Rumba with Joomla What is a cms and why is it wicked cool?  The webmaster doesn’t have to do anything Pre-redesign collect stats review your brand collect photos – tell a story focus groups set explicit goals in […]

Flickr commons for libraries and museums

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 […]

Help your library be omnipresent without spending a dime

Embedded and widgetized library – Dcpl – iphone app – Chat widgets – question point – igoogle gadgets flickr badge creator – can do thru flickr steal this code now please – lets give it away – allow users to remis our source code for their own customized applications on any of their pages or […]

Computers in Libraries

I’m at Computers and Libraries this week so the next few days will be filled with conference posts.  I’ll even be presenting on Tuesday afternoon, just after lunch. I came in yesterday and stopped by the gadgets and gaming session last night to see some cool toys including the Kindle 2!  There are so many […]

Get Shoving and Making!

you haven’t heard yet, the fabulous Joshua M. Neff, Steve Lawson and Iris Jastram have created The Shovers and Makers award. And there is only one way to become a Shover and Maker: declare yourself one. No one knows what you have been doing all year as well as you do. No one knows what […]

Congratulations to Library Journal’s 2009 Movers & Shakers

Last year I posted a list of Movers & Shakers with a link to their blogs, so I thought why not make it a tradition.  Below are the names linking to the LJ post about them and a link to their blog/wiki/website. While you’re at it check out this map that LJ put together showing […]


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