I’ve been looking for podcast bits out in the blogosphere as i shape these thoughts. I came across these in my travels: At Blisspix: http://blisspix.net/index.php?p=29 “As I?ve commented to a couple of people and lists now, broadcasting/podcasting is fun, but it can be lonely and time-consuming to produce content. I found it quicker to produce live-to air in the studio, because I wasn?t going back and fixing mistakes, and all the equipment was set up (so I could play grabs, a record, a CD, a minidisc and conduct a phone interview all at the same time if I really wanted). […]
Wildfire! I tell you! Wildfire! http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4521427 (Audio after 6pm)
Grace commented about her library’s Toolbar: Hi! Thanks for posting about us. To answer your questions – right now we’ve got a press release out to the Houston Chronicle and I’m developing a bookmark for the branches. I’ve thought about doing a poster, but we’ll see. Having it on the website alone seems to be doing pretty well – we had 478 downloads in February. We haven’t done any training for the staff or public. Ironically, the staff computers don’t yet have a toolbar. Rather than pushing the toolbar designed for the public to the staff computers, we’re in the […]
http://www.oblog.nl/ Speaking of the UK response to our ALA president’s words… Check in with our colleagues in the Netherlands as well… Rob is posting about Gormangate. (I promise I won’t beat this issue anymore!)
Nice little weblog found its way to NetNewsWire this am: http://technogeekery.blogspot.com/2005/02/michael-gorman-on-blogging.html Note UK Blogger Phil Bradley’s post who I got to meet last year in London. He edited my book for the UK back in the day. I was interested to read his perspective.