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In a few hours, I will be presenting two items in a Pecka Kucha format for the Maryland Library Association conference in Ocean City MD. The presentations are up on slideshare. If you want to see what I see at … Continue reading
Yes, there will be more blog posts about CIL 2009. About the incredibly rich formal learning. About the truly sublime informal learning and knowledge sharing that happened. Mostly during the lobbycon/tablecon/carpetcon sessions. About the renewed strength of my personal “worldwideweb”. … Continue reading
I am now able to attend the sublime Computers in Libraries Conference held just outside of DC this coming Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. I will be blogging about the conference, attending many sessions, meeting a bunch of my T is … Continue reading
Its Up. Its Down. Its Up. Its Down. (at 4:44 Eastern, May 21st, 2008-down) Yes, I am talking about twitter. The fantab microblogging service that can be so much more. If it was not powered by four gerbils on a … Continue reading
Twitter made my world a little better by getting me a response from cable giant Comcast. Here is the conversation from Twitter: baldgeekinmd (angry this morning after being told I was NOT elligible for the Triple Play package for almost … Continue reading
Kool twitterfind: http://producten.hema.nl/ *from David Rothman I enthusiastically suggested browbeat a friend of mine into blogging. My friend’s new blog: Technology from the Non-Techie Slideshare is on twitter: Yeah!
Twitter, the micro-blogging service that can be used to keep you friends up to date on your minutiae or tapped as the hive-mind creates many common social network strands. The site tweetwheel.com makes those relationships visible. Very visible. My complete … Continue reading
The Floor of the House of Representatives, The US Senate Floor and White House all have twitter feeds. I think this a good thing.
So, if you notice a lack of posts about the conference, that is because we library geeks with all of our gadgets designed to keep us in touch with each other constantly, fried the hotel’s wireless connection in the conference … Continue reading