Recently I stumbled across this article in Library Journal (3/1/08) The Library of Congress (LC) has joined photo-sharing site Flickr to make available 3000 photos for which no copyright restrictions are known to exist, even though the library doesn’t own
There are some great photo-sharing and photo-manipulating opportunities out there on Web 2.0 Here’s a link to a colleague’s blog (Brian Herzog @ Chelmsford Library) which lists some good ones.
The Friends of the Library are having their annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 26th. Lichen and Jay Rancourt will talk about social software, Web 2.0 and libraries. Here’s a sample of the websites we’ll visit: Quicker than
The following is a press release for local papers. I thought it would be helpful to published the unedited (with links intact) version here. Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth, NH has been chosen to be the beta test for a
YouTube presents podcasts by you and I, regular people, to the world. Yesterday I watched a doozy that made me question just exactly what it is I mean when I use terms like “regular people” or “normal people” or “amateurs.”