Firstly, let me just say thankyou to Jewinda of Library Shenanigans for her idea to add StatCounter to my blog. S/he doesn’t know about me at all but I liked the idea after reading her blog (I’ll be able to
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
Hmm, this didn’t go so well either (probably because it is to do with rss which stands for either Really Stupid Stuff or Randomly Stuffed Scribble…I can’t remember which). I started by picking websites I sometimes go to. None of
Okay, I just got excited. Whilst looking at rss stuff, I stumbled across DailyLit, a site that sends installments of books to you via rss or email. It’s really cool! I am now getting Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland sent to
It’s amazing how you get really excited about something, hit one stumbling block and then all of your excitement vanishes in a puff of smoke. I have that with RSS, I do not know why but even the term makes
I love this ad. PS I yoinked this from YouTube using ZamZar. It converts all kinds of files…docs to pdfs and Word 2007 docs to Word XP docs!
Hmm, a technology blog? What to pick? What to talk about? I think I might talk about IMDB. Personally, I LOVE the Internet Movie Database. I get lost in it. All I want to do is find out who Joe
I have also created a document on linking to flickr images in your blog. You can use this process to link to almost any online image available. Remember to mention where you got the image from though and don’t claim
Just to let everyone know that webgurl from Eastern Regional Libraries has put together some instructions on getting a blog started on her 23squared blog. Click on this link to view them.