Chris Deweese shared the URL for his Lewis & Clark Library System “Weboratory” Blog, where he discusses some of the innovative projects he’s coding for his system. I wish every library consortium/system/state library could have a team of coders like Chris.
Here’s an route map for deliveries in the LCLS done with the Google maps API.
And how about TaBS? TaBS (TAgging, Bookmarking, Sharing) is a bookmarking tool for LCLS members. Using your CLeO account you can create a TaBS profile and then store your bookmarks in TaBS and access them anywhere you have an Internet connection.