My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 4.16.2011 through 4.22.2011. In no particular order 1. 5 Myths About the ‘Information Age’ – Great article from the Chronicle of Higher Education, go read it! The book is dead. We have entered the information age. All information is now available online. Libraries are obsolete. The future is digital. 2. Nominate your favorite blogs for the … Continue reading Top Ten Links 2.16: TED Auditions, LISEvents, Piracy and The Sad, Beautiful Fact That We’re All Going To Miss Almost Everything
Love this video, despite the fact I don’t believe in the Digital Natives myth. The summer 2010 class of interns at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society took on a huge assignment: pick a chapter from Urs Gasser and John Palfrey’s book, Born Digital, and make a short video inspired by that chapter. This video, inspired by the “Overload” chapter, was created by Gregory … Continue reading Information Overload: Bringing Order to the Chaos
My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 6/4/2010 thru 6/10/2010 1. great list of people to follow! – My Personal Learning Network of Librarians & Library Trainers By @MLx – this pretty self explanatory, Marianne has put together a great list 2. 10 Ways to Use Google Books for Lifelong Learning and Research via @MLx Build Your Own Personal Library … Continue reading Top Ten Links Week 23
My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 2/19/2010 thru 2/25/2010 1. RT @VenessaMiemis: 16 free ebooks about social media via @fredzimny. Just look at this list of titles and authors : Building a Social Media Team, Amber Naslund, ContentCory Doctorow Customer Service, The Art of Listening and Engagement Through Social Media, Brian Solis Fish Where the Fish Are – Mapping Social Media … Continue reading Top Ten Links Week 8
cuz its Friday and its funny. Continue reading Video – Do you suffer from information overload?
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 minutes each day to read blogs, to stay informed. I … Continue reading You’ve got 30 minutes, how do you use them?
As we’ve seen from previous posts keeping up and feeling overwhelmed is something I struggle with regularly. There are so many great people out there in libraryland, it makes sense that I would want to keep up with all of them. As part of my “I’m not a Superhero” therapy 😉 I’m admitting I can’t do everything I’ve been attempting and over the next month … Continue reading Twitter: making the cut