Tag Archives: Facebook

I’m not narcisitic, you’re eavesdropping

In many of the articles I read about the Social Web, especially Twitter, the author laments that they don’t care that I had a peanut butter and banana sandwich for lunch, or what I thought of the latest American Idol. I’ve long felt that these writers are missing the point and this week I came […]

What’s your hook?

One of the things about having a blog or facebook page for patrons is that you need to give them a reason to come back. What can they get there that they can’t get anywhere else? The Pirates application on Facebook hooked me with the monkey, I love monkeys! So what hook are you using […]

Find Your Friends on Facebook

I taught this class last night as part of the series of Internet classes I’m teaching to patrons at MRRL. I was a bit worried going into it, as almost all of the people at previous classes were seniors so I on the handout I added the websites I learned about at Internet Librarian last year.  It […]

Web2.0 levels playing field

Or at least social hierarchy.  Last year was my first Internet Librarian Conference, after being in my new position as Digital Services Librarian for only 2 months I hadn’t had an opportunity to meet many people face to face and there were a lot of names I didn’t recognize.  I attended presentations and met people from the […]

Facebook gets me

My addiction to Facebook is no secret, I check it regliously regularly and if your’e my friend you probably get poked a lot.  For me it’s a great tool to keep in touch with people.  I pretty much igonre the ads, but today there was one that really caught my eye.  Rideshare! In my area!  […]

Playing with Facebook

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 […]

Facebook not just for making friends.

NPR reported this morning that protesters in Columbia used Facebook to organize support around the world against FARC.