Steven posts this… And links to the IL2004 wiki: http://il2004.xwiki.com/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome I’m interested to see how this plays out… take a look.
Aaron and I did our IM program Wednesday afternoon. We had a good group — many of whom are now instant messaging by the show of hands Aaron called for. Our PPT is here. Questions? Comments about this one? IM me! mstephens7mac
I am so tired… I will blog some wrap up tomorrow… what a great time it’s been here in Monterey! Plan on next year — October 24-26, 2005! Thanks to my blogging pals for all the good times…
Whew! We did it! dear Steven’s voice was hoarse but it was a great time! Questions ranged from why did I choose NetNewsWire as our RSS app of choice at SJCPL to “What about e-mail and listservs?” Here’s the PPT: Teaching Weblogs in Libraries
I did my first session of the day and WOOOHOO was it fun! What a great group of folks present and a I got top share the satge with a school librarian named Jamie Wilson. It was his first conference presentation ever! He did GREAT! I got to talk about […]
Weblogs offer a wide diversity of topics…. Tools to make blog searching easier: * Use FEEDSTER * Also try Waypath * No two blog search engines are the same. * Daypop, Popdex, Technorati look at what’s hot in the blogosphere * For finding specfic blogs: Blogorama, Feedfinder at feedster Greg […]
* Blogging humanizes a Web site, that’s missing in a lot of library blogs * Link virtual reference services in your blogs (Does SJCPL do this?) (YES we do!) * Treat community bloggers like memebers of the press. * Blog your statitics * Try a photoblog to let people see […]
Echoing Brian Kelly, Steven just asked everyone to open up their laptops and blog the presentations in the Blogging track.
I have yet to truly adjust to the west Coast. I’ve hit the bayside trail everymorning before 6am to walk, commune with my music library via my iPod and ponder the day’s stuff. Two presentations to think about today. I also met two neat ladies from Illinois who were walking […]
Dateline: Internet Librarian 2004 Take a look at this: http://kinja.com/user/netlib2004/ For a compendium of blogs being written here at the show by Richard Akerman from http://blog.akerman.ca/ who is staying at the Portobello as well. Marydee Ojala is also posting at http://www.dysartjones.com/