Daily Archives: March 9, 2006

David King posts a link to a nice post about getting a grip on reading blogs: http://www.davidleeking.com/2006/03/09/tips-for-effective-blog-reading/ It dovetails nicely with this post by Merlin Mann: http://www.43folders.com/2006/03/01/not-ifications/#more-495: The whole purpose of an RSS feed, it seems to me, goes straight to the “trusted system” notion in Getting Things Done — […]

Too Many Feeds? A GTD Post

I’m heading up to Minnesota this May to talk about Library 2.0. If you’re going to be at one of the sessions, please say HI! I just got word that the Southeastern Libraries Cooperating group (SELCO) has started a blog. Take a look: http://www.selco.info/blog/. It’s nice to see more library […]


John Blyberg posts: http://www.blyberg.net/2006/03/07/2006-library-camp-a-library-20-unconference/ Mark April 14th on your calendars. Superpatron Ed Vielmetti has been quietly assembling a fantastic group of people to attend the first ever Library Camp–an “unconference” which follows open-space guidelines. There is no registration as it operates on the premise that whomever shows up belongs there […]

Library Camp: See You In Ann Arbor

http://go.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=technologyNews&storyID=11437432&src=rss/technologyNews AOL gets it that opening up their IM platform may prove very succesful as social networks grow. Will we see AIM built in to new Web 2.0 sites, services, etc? “It’s a dramatic turnaround for AOL,” said Joe Wilcox, an analyst at Jupiter Research, who called the move shrewd […]

AOL Opens AIM to Developers