Daily Archives: January 5, 2006

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Can’t Get Enough of 43 Folders

43 Folders is “Merlin Mann’s site about personal productivity, life hacks, and simple ways to make your life a little better.” And I am thouroughly enjoying his advice, viewpoint and take on “getting things done.” In fact, he has some excellent GTD resources. Please see http://www.43folders.com/2004/09/08/getting-started-with-getting-things-done/ for more. He also podcasts and recently got married!

Ten, no, Eleven Reasons for Vidcasting in the Library

I love the ideas about applications of video in library settings. One of these days we’ll see an official “video podcast” from a library show up in the next incarantion of the iTunes MEDIA Store. David King has a great post about integrating video into Library Web sites. He lists ten things librarians might do with video, including: Videocast of bibliographic instruction, downloadable when a student needs it Tours of the library Showing what a meeting room looks like Wonderful ideas that make use of the medium. The BI videos could be very helpful for “training on demand.” At SJCPL, […]