Daily Archives: April 15, 2005

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The iPod Experiments

The new issue of LJ Net Connect is out! What started as a blog post here on Tame the Web as Libraries Doing Cool Things with iPods is now “The iPod Experiments.” This says a lot to me about the crossover between LIS blogging and reporting here in library land. In fact, the genesis was the original post at engadget about South Huntington’s iPod Shuffles! Thanks to Joe and Ken at South Huntington PL for talking to me about their ground-breaking sevice! Thanks to Brian Kenney at LJ for being so cool about my fascination with iPods in Libraries. Keep […]

WooHoo! 500 Entries

This is TTW’s 500th entry since March 2004! To give it some substance: Three Things that are HOT right now: Libraries that get the balance between technology, space and people and plan accordingly to meet the needs of all who seek information. Librarians who experiment with new techie stuff and report to the LIS Blogosphere how it goes. (That’s a big piece of what a learning community is all about) Technologies that are used as tools, not like carnival attractions in our organizations!