My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 10.22.2011 through 10.28.2011. In no particular order: 1. Amazon adds Whispersync for personal ebooks · Hidden Peanuts Amazon is declaring that they don’t care where your ebook comes from, they just want you to read it on their platform (as long as it doesn’t have DRM mucking things up anyway). 2. great post! … Continue reading Top Ten Links 2.43: eBooks, Easy QR Codes, Time Management and Career Expectations
My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 7.2.2011 through 7.9.2011. In no particular order: 1. Comcast targeting digital divide – If you’ve heard me speak or read my writings about the digital divide you know I applaud the FCC’s National Broadband Plan to ensure that high-speed internet access is available to everyone. But that I also express concern that just making … Continue reading Top Ten Links 2.27: The Digital Divide, Digital Devices & Your Rights, Personal Brand, Time Management & More!
Last week after my There Are No Magic Beans post one of my favorite librarians, Daniel Cornwall, emailed me with some concerns about the post. I emailed him back and we had a good discussion. With his permission* I’m posting a revised edition of our conversation here. I’m sure he is not the only person who had one or all of these thoughts. … I’m … Continue reading More About Magic Beans
My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 3/19/2010 thru 3/25/2010 1. Youth in Nigeria leverage social media to organize and document massive rally against government via @dmlcentral: Twitter users Gbengasesan and Bubusn posted pictures of the march, and live footage of the event was available at ustream. The demonstration had an online presence unprecedented in the history of Nigerian protest: Facebook, Twitter, and … Continue reading Top Ten Links Week 12
I am taking the next two weeks off. Your regularly scheduled blog posts will resume on January 4th 2010. Why? The short version – It’s the holidays, things are slow and it’s always good to take a break. The long version – I need time to regroup and realign my priorities. Lately I’ve been scrambling like mad to keep up, I feel like I’m letting … Continue reading Time Off for Reflection, Regrouping and Prioritizing
These videos are from Chris Brogan’s Over Night Success Series. There are 9 videos total covering topics such as Grinding vs Clocking – Time and the Overnight Success, Pity Party, Small Talk is Big, Belief Systems, The Competition, What it Takes, No Excuses & A Call to Arms. These videos are great even if you aren’t an over night success, even if you aren’t a … Continue reading For Those Who Are an Overnight Success and For Those Who Aren’t a Video Series From Chris Brogan
I’ve been talking and thinking about time management a lot lately (the fabulous Brenda Hough and I are doing a prefconference workshop about it at Internet Librarian) so when I saw this from Zen Habits I knew I had to share it Why Your Email Inbox Is NOT a Good To-do List: a very brief summary You can’t change the subject lines There might be … Continue reading Your Inbox Is Not a To-do List