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.”
These are all the countries I’ve visited, mostly in my footloose youth. Create your own visited countries map Go to this interesting website which offers a free bit of coding on ‘visited countries’ that you can add to your website