I am still chuckling over the fun had with this speaker’s gift!
Hurrah! I got to chat with Chris Jowaissis a bit at IL. He is incredible and I’m always glad to see a new post at Technobiblio. http://www.technobiblio.com/archives/2005/10/get_it_odl.php Seems CJ has found the first state library podcast, an interview with “ODL Public Information Officer Bill Young about the Oklahoma Reads Oklahoma program.” Give it a listen as you form your own plans for podcasting events and interviews…
Curtin University of Technology in Sydney, Australia has mounted this page of resources for devices: http://library.curtin.edu.au/pda_services/index.html Nice collection..most inspiring for planning for PDA/device access.
I was all a-lust when Jenny showed off her new Video iPod in Monterey! Mine was waiting when I got back! Hooray! http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelsphotos/sets/1232433/ So far: It sounds GREAT! (Better than previous generations..I tested) It looks GREAT! (oh yeah..the screen is incredibly clear…) I purchased the Desperate Housewives pilot, a few music videos and moved some iMovies over to it…
I have a mountain of notes to turn into posts here about ILI and IL, but for now: http://www.internet-librarian.com/Presentations/ This provides an overview of the breadth of material from the London conference. Check it out. The same will follow for IL soon.
Coming off of IL05 and reading over “Listening to You,” I must ask: Are you listening to your users? You should be.
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