2301-1

Blogs, Tablet PCs, and everything in between

Randy has already noted that the two of us had a little brush with local blogging fame this week. A nice surprise, and I’m glad that people are interested. I’m very curious to see ...
2201-31

The Library Catalogue

Continuing along the folksonomy thoughtstream, news today of Freetagging — “Freetag is an easy tagging and folksonomy-enabled plugin for use with MySQL-PHP applications. It allows ...
2201-28

Social Computing Reshapes eLearning

A whirlwind September follows a relaxing summer blogging hiatus. It was nice to lay off blogging for a bit in favor of other things that were competing for my time. I’m likely to ...
2201-20

SMS and Cell Phones

Kenton has got me thinking about SMS tonight. He’s been looking at ways to enable our users to sign up for SMS notification of their Sirsi account status, e.g overdue notices, holds, ...
2201-16

Google Map Mashups; NAVTEQ podcast interview

Google Maps is a great example of what can happen when you let users “under the hood” and let them decide for themselves how they want to make use of your information. It was really ...
2201-12

Pay By Cell Phone

On CTV’s Canada AM this morning there was a report that Calgrary Transit would soon be launching a service where bus and LRT (light rail transit) users will soon be able to pay for ...
Connect Planet Earth

“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 ...