Daily Archives: September 19, 2006



iTunes Macs: 49,000 songs — Every CD ripped! Originally uploaded by mstephens7. I was reminded of this incredible service at Cherry Hill Public Library in new Jersey when I came across John Blyberg’s recent post on iTunes sharing: http://www.blyberg.net/2006/09/12/sharing-music-with-itunes-and-mt-daapd/ I appreciate John’s take and his “how to do it” hints. […]

iTunes Macs: 49,000 songs — Every CD ripped!



Over lunch in the Dining Hall at Dominican, I read a few articles in MIT’s Technology Review. “10 Ways to Think about Innovation” by Jason Pontin really got me going! Pontin presents a top ten list for folks interested in innovating. For example: (7) Real innovators delight in giving us […]

MIT Tech Review: 10 Ways to Think about Innovation




Paul Miller posts about innovation, Abram and the Cluetrain: http://blogs.talis.com/panlibus/archives/2006/09/usercentric_inn.php I trust that our fellow vendors must (by now!) just about be sufficiently Participation Age-aware to read at least one of Panlibus or Stephen’s Lighthouse. Here’s hoping, for the sake of their customers, that they find Patty’s post via one […]

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