Hey, it turns out I was a Ning member of Library 2.0 anyway, so I didn’t have to worry about setting up stuff. It turns out I’d registered for this Ning so I could be a part of an online
Some delicious twitter evaluation
Twitter:Well, I liked the Commoncraft video, but I mostly find twitter useless. I don’t really have a lot to say about myself on a regular basis, and putting things like “eating porridge” online seems a tad silly to me. That
Week 13: Back to the web program
We are doing the Web 2.1 program at work (this time through the State Library of NSW – http://newsouthwalespubliclibrarylearning21.blogspot.com.au/) The first week of the program involves us logging in to our blog and giving it a refresh. I changed the
Ye olde antique laptope
Look at this laptop? I want one. It’s called a Steampunk Victorian Laptop.
#13 Tagging, folksomonies & social bookmarking in Del.icio.us
Maybe I’m too much of a cataloguer, but I like tagging stuff with uniform tags. I understand how tagging works (and I quite like the idea of people tagging within a library catalogue), but I do understand that it needs
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!
Putting internet images in your blog
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
Logging in to blogger
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.
My first Friday post
Seeing as someone (who will be known as The Lady Scarlett) told everyone about my super-secret blog, I’ve decided to post another entry. I really have nothing to say but that doesn’t matter. Someone sent me a cool link yesterday