Tag Archives: Web 2.0
On Friday I finished the last day of the four day Becoming 2.0 workshop. I’m not used to spending that much time talking to people, some days I don’t talk to anyone. So at the end I was pretty tired, but that’s passed and now I’m just excited. There were 17 “students” and everyone of […]
After much preperation the time has finally arrived! This week I’m cohosting a Web 2.0 workshop sponsered by MOREnet and the Missouri State Library. The topic – They asked us to talk about using Web 2.0 tools in your library! Even better, my cohost and I created the whole thing using Google Docs. How else […]
Anyone who knows Robin or me knows either one of us can easily talk your ear off about Web2.0, probably for a whole day, if you’re unlucky enough to be stuck wth us for that long. But what about 4 days between the two of us? Well, we’re about to find out. We’ve been invited […]
The next couple of months will be a flurry of activity for me personally and professionally. First up personally, I’m moving, no new job, just leaving my house and moving into an apartment in a nearby time. I’ve been busying making phone calls, finding a place to live and packing. I had no idea I […]
The “In Plan English” people do it again! I’ll be showing this in my class for the public later this year!
Just a reminder to myself – Never take yourself too seriously. You’ve got to have a sense of humor about yourself and what you do. ] From the guys at Richter Scales 2/10/08 edited to update link to video
from David Lee King