Monthly Archives: September 2010

Top Ten Links Week 37, Success, Hate, Twitter, Keeping Your Inner Jerk in Check, Evernote, Procrastination and more

My personal select top ten links from Twitter 9/10/2010 through 9/16/2010. The best of the best and/or the most important stuff I tweeted last week. 1. YES! “The threshold at which other people will start hating on you if you succeed is very very low” -@cshirky #WWT – I attended the Women Who Tech webinar […]

There Are No Magic Beans You Have To Do The Work

It never fails at a conference or a webinar or on twitter or a blog post someone always says – but I don’t have time for that, IT will never let us do that, administration will never let us do that. Never mind what “that” is. There is always a reason. An excuse. Yes an […]

Top Ten Links Week 36, Calling 911 from a Mobile, Women in Tech, A Kindle Tip and More

My personal select top ten links from Twitter 9/3/2010 through 9/9/2010. The best of the best and/or the most important stuff I tweeted last week. 1. Technology is not an ‘either/or’ and the Internet is an expression of our deep craving for connection. Great BBC video via dmlcentral Great video from the Virtual Revolution of  Stephen […]

The Lifehacker Pack for Android Plus a Few of My Favorites

Lifehacker has put together a great list of their favorite Android applications. Since I’ve been meaning to write another post about my Evo and the apps I use regularly these is a great place to start. Thanks to Polly for bringing this list to my attention Productivity Astrid Evernote Mint.com Personal Finance mNote TripIt Internet/Communication […]

6 Reasons Your Library Should Host a TEDxLive Viewing Party for TEDWomen

What is TEDWomen? On December 7 and 8, 2010, TEDWomen will gather five hundred global thought leaders, innovators and storytellers in Washington, DC, to watch enlightening speakers and connect with a global community of women and men. The cross-disciplinary, cross-generational program will focus on how women think and work, communicate and collaborate, learn and lead. The […]

Round Up: What It Means to Have an Masters in Library Science, or Information Science or…

…Information Resources and Library Science, like mine. A round up of the discussions happening around the web right now. Most of these post have a LOT of comments. Even if you don’t agree with them or the comments it is worth the time to read through them. Andy Woodworth wrote The Master’s Degree Misperception and followed it up with […]

Top Ten Links Week 35, eBooks, Digital Divide, and Social Media Fatigue

My personal select top ten links from Twitter 8/27/2010 through 9/2/2010. The best of the best and/or the most important stuff I tweeted last week 1. 7 Stories About Women Heroes in Tech via dontgetcaught – I can always use more inspiring stories about women, especially in tech where there seem to be fewer of us. 2. […]