Again, via ALA Direct! Check out all the choices, including http://posterous.com/
From WNDU coverage of a trial in LaPorte. (http://www.wndu.com/home/headlines/25752679.html)
Apparently, WNDU is Twittering a running commentary of the day in court via a cell phone and Twitter.
I’ve been testing Twinkle… it too does things with the localization features of the iPhone 2.0 software. I’ve discovered Twitter folk near me in Mishawaka…but sadly Spider Lake is devoid of Twitterers right now.
This is fun, a little silly, but also a serious: what will localization do for us in the coming years?
I have a new post up at ALA TechSource:
And, I must confess: I thoroughly enjoyed participating in the ALA Annual 2008 Twitterverse that sprang up for those few days in late June. It fascinated me to see the power of such a simple and, yes, overburdened, tool. Micro-blogging has found a place amongst [...]
“Twitter is just one of the Web 2.0 technologies that we are using to engage students within our traditional Web page (www.pasadena.edu/library),” says Mary Ann Laun, assistant dean of library services at Shatford. “We highlight events, interesting stats, and curious facts in an effort to call attention to some of the great things happening [...]
I think it’s the ALA Twiitering Librarians!, originally uploaded by mstephens7.
http://twitter.com/RCPL/statuses/799720298 | http://twitter.com/RCPL
Luria Library Twitters, originally uploaded by mstephens7.
Another nice example of one of the best uses for Twitter in the library setting – alerts.
Updating presentations today…adding this — can someone remind me how I found this?
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