I can’t believe coming off of a great week celebrating libraries and technology in Monterey, the nearby town of Salinas is closing libraries: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/11/20/SALINAS.TMP
David King: http://daweed.blogspot.com/2004/11/my-thoughts-on-internet-librarian-2004.html Librarian in Black: http://librarianinblack.typepad.com/librarianinblack/2004/11/recap_of_intern.html
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.