10 Best Links from Twitter – Week in Review

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If you follow me on Twitter you know I share and retweet a lot of links.  I don’t know how you treat Twitter but if I’m not paying attention when something is shared I miss it. So I’ve been thinking I need a way to share those links ones on the blog.  I thought I’d try to blog a best of the best of Twitter blog post each Friday.

I really don’t want to do an automatic recap of my Twitter posts each week and force you to wade through all of my conversations, so I’ll be hand selecting the 10 best links each week.  I hope this is useful. Please feel free to let me know of any links you think deserve to be in the list!

  1. New Year’s Resolutions – four New Years resolutions all librarians should be making. yes, really, even you.
  2. Trends and Technology Timeline 2010+
  3. Because it’s that good: 10 Exciting Ways To Waste Your Training Dollars
  4. Jenica’s IOLUG speaker’s notes on online identity – you’re online you should be thinking about your identity, Jenica offers some great tips and information.
  5. XO-3 concept design is here! this looks so awesome how could you not want one?
  6. 5 Reasons Why RSS Readers Still Rock – even though I weeded mine during my break I still rely on it heavily, I just can’t be on Twitter every moment of every day.
  7. 10 Librarian Blogs To Read in 2010 – because we all need more blogs in our FeedReader
  8. The Future of Reading: Don’t worry. It might be better than you think. – great article a must read. My favorite quote “Always deny the apocalypse, John. You’ll usually be right, and when you’re wrong, no one will be left to say, ‘I told you so.’”
  9. 8 Things Every Geek Needs to Do Before 2010 – I know it’s already 2010 but if you haven’t done these things you need to!
  10. Quotable Facts About America’s Libraries – the new Quotable Facts from ALA is out. Did you know Americans spend more than twice as much on candy as they do on public libraries?


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