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“Ten Minute Madness: Social Software and Libraries”

Send in the clowns. Here they are — slides from one of the craziest conference presentations I’ve ever done (we actually billed it as “performance art” rather than as a typical ...
2201-6

The Internet – Enhancing Work & Play

Lee Rainie from Pew Internet gave a really interesting keynote this morning. So many great studies and stats come out of Pew that the quality of his presentation was hardly surprising. ...
2201-11

Access and Net Speed debriefing

I had a fantastic, invigorating, exhausting, and rejuvenating week participating in two conferences from Sunday, Oct 16 through to Friday, Oct 21. Talk about packin’ it in – ...
2201-9

The Delectable Delights of Social Bookmarking

We (Kenton, James and I) did a reprise of one of our Netspeed presentations on social bookmarking for the AACL (Alberta Association of College Librarians) yesterday afternoon. I’ve ...
2201-8

The Ins and Outs of RSS

I started my morning off today by leading an audio session for the Education Institute on “The Ins and Outs of RSS.” I’ve posted the six slides-per-page PDF version of the slides ...
2201-7

Failing to Innovate

It was too hard to resist blogging any library session that came with the heading, “Failing to Innovate.” BTW – square brackets indicate my own editorial comments. I’ll ...
2201-5

The Future of Catalogs

Having found a seat near an electrical plugin, I’m able to once again take some notes. I’m just waiting for the session to start. This will be the first I’ve heard Andrew (and ...
2201-4

IM

I’ve been on IM for quite a few years now, and University of Alberta is currently offering IM reference in addition to our formal QuestionPoint chat service. So I suppose I was already ...
2201-3

Keeping One Click Ahead

Gary’s got the presentation. Rita’s will be posted to the Information Today site sometime soon.Overall, the session was interesting and not padded with a lot of filler. They’re ...