So…are folks at Sony really getting the “This is where we live” Web 2.0 vibe or what?
Hoping to tap into the growth of wireless networks across college campuses, other public spaces and within homes, Sony is introducing a new pocket-sized gadget for instant messaging and other internet-based communications.
The Sony mylo, slated for [...]
http://www.webology.ir/2006/v3n2/a25.html Jack M. Maness MLS, University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries
Many might consider IM a Web 1.0 technology, as its inception predates the technology market crash and it often requires the downloading of software, whereas most 2.0 applications are wholly web-based. It is here considered 2.0 as it is consistent with the tenets of [...]
Blogs are nice, but sometimes prospective students crave a bit more real-time interaction. When high school students want to ask a quick question about admission, student life or academic programs, chances are they prefer to get an answer right away. They won’t call your admission office (hey, you’ve never been introduced – and [...]
A question to Rachel and I about my FASTER IM piece in CIL:
Hello Rachel and Michael,
Thanks a lot for the fine IM FASTER article. If you have a second, I’d like to ask one question. You state, “Your work flow won’t suffer at all if you incorporate an IM application on one of [...]
cool way to promote their IM service Originally uploaded by February 28.
Darren Chase posts an ingenious idea: using the desktop to promote IM! Thanks Darren!
Just some linkage for the IM category of TTW!
Michael Stephens’ OPAL presentation, SL cam Originally uploaded by informationgoddess29.
A few folks listened to the talks in Second Life!
These are the added links from discussion that came up during the four presentations I gave on Thursday and Friday for OPAL. We had great groups both days. I really appreciate the folks [...]
IM to other store Originally uploaded by jessamyn.
File this under “Why Libraries should have IM activated at each department/branch!”