Hmm, I didn’t go so well with this exercise. I am not really an ‘audio’ person. I don’t listen to the radio and would much rather watch something than listen to it (ie I’d rather read a book than have
I love YouTube. I use it to watch music clips and parts of old comedy shows (like FastForward). I am quite glad that they merged with GoogleVideo (as having it compete was a bit silly when they did the same
I was going to pick LuLu as my tool for this activity. It is an online publishing house that (I think) is going to revolutionise the publishing industry. It allows ANY writer to self-publish and LuLu will only print the
I’ve just registered for Gnoos. It’s an aussie blog search engine. Kind of like all of the other blog search engines we’ve been using but only for Australian content. It’s worthwhile looking at if you want some local blogs. Also,
I found this exercise fascinating. The very first thing I noticed was, of the five speakers listed in the exercise, only one was female. For a female dominated industry, I find that quite sad. Why aren’t more females spouting the
I’ve used LibraryThing before so it was a quite easy activity for me to use it again. I had 25 of my own books on there already and added a few more so I could write about it on here.
Haha I really enjoyed this. I concentrated on 3D Stereogram which allows you to draw a picture, press the generate button and then it does one of those 3D eye puzzle things. I found it really easy to get it
Introduction Well, I’ve just started the ‘8 and a half’ week course Victorian Public Libraries Learning 2.0 Program arranged by the State Library of Victoria in order to teach 1000 library staff across the state about emerging technologies that may