Contenders DDR, originally uploaded by Lester Public Library.
The one major goal (and you probably already guessed it) is the requirement to have a signed photo release form from anyone who is identifiable in any photos of using the library’s services, in [...]
Help Desks March 6, originally uploaded by thehubatwts.
How does your desk stack up? Have you added photos of your desk?
I admire Steve Campion. He takes risks..gets me thinking. Don’t miss this:
Will we see the ALA version next week? I’d gladly kick up my heels.
Via Lee’s Flickrstream, comes this site for exploring a galaxy of tags. Not only does it display Flickr, as shown above displaying the TTWDownUnder tag, but it also includes orbiting related tags as planets. Pretty spiffy.
Click on an image and it displays [...]
Nice article from USA Today:
Flickr was created in 2003 by Stewart Butterfield and Caterina Fake, initially as a video game site. It was purchased by Yahoo in 2005, when it had 400,000 registered members.
Today, Flickr has 26 million members. Free accounts are limited to uploads of 100 [...]
Karen M. Burns, Administrator of the Southwest Iowa Library Service Area, writes:
We did a National Library Week project this year–on the Wednesday of NLW we invited libraries in central, southwest and southeast Iowa to take photos of what was happening at the library that day, and upload up to 10 of them [...]
The best experiences you’ll ever have are the ones where you’re completely aware, if only for a moment. Look up. Look around. Look within. Be aware of it all.
Last night I talked about the passion quilt as part of our final class in LIS701. I told them about the [...]
Read this: http://yestoknow.wordpress.com/2008/04/17/free-use-photos/
Then this: http://yestoknow.wordpress.com/2008/04/21/free-use-photos-part-2-the-plot-thickens/
Tony Tallent writes:
This morning I received a call from the FBI. I’m not making this up. It was a follow-up from the photo-taking-spree I conducted during Computers in Libraries in DC. I explained (again) why one would want to take photos of signs and buildings and such to use in presentations and [...]
Michael casey weighs in on events and developments concerning the Creative Commons. Don’t miss the whole post:
Watching all of this has forced me to conclude that I don’t particularly care for the Creative Commons license right now. I think I’ll either need to claim full copyright on my works, or I’ll do [...]
How often do you need a quick photo to illustrate a point or concept? Are you ever concerned about the copyright restrictions? Well look no further!
Inspired by Michael Casey and his 50 Reasons Not to Change post (and the comments that followed). Tony Tallent and I have created a Flickr group called Free Use Photos where all [...]