Daily Archives: January 4, 2008

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Welcome to the TTW Version 4!

Welcome! TTW is now brought to you via WordPress! Thanks to Mr. Blake Carver, a gentleman and a scholar, for all of the assistance porting over the content and such to the new software. I feel like I’ve died and gone to WYSIWYG heaven! Please update your feed readers, RSS portals, aggregators, etc to these new and improved Feedburner feeds, including a comment feed: New Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TameTheWeb Comment Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/CommentsForTameTheWeb I’d also like to welcome Kyle Jones and Lee Leblanc who will be contributing content from time to time. Find out more about them here: https://tametheweb.com/ttw-contributors/ Lee authored a popular […]

RSS Feed Parser at Moraine Valley

Troy Swanson writes: This is very cool. Our IT department has helped out the by putting up our own Feed Parser. Now, sure what a feed parser it? Basically, it’s a tool that lets you take display an RSS feed in a Web page (Blackboard page, blog, etc) as a bulleted list. It is an easy way for the less technically savvy faculty members to incorporate outside content into course sites. I’ve put together this Feed parser help page to explain how this works a bit more.  http://www2.morainevalley.edu/default.asp?SiteID=10&PageId=2066 

In 2018 Libraries Will Be….

Make your own here: http://blog.acpl.lib.in.us/cgi-bin/in2018.pl Sean Robinson at the cutting-edge Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, inspired by the incredible folks in New Zealand, has created a card creation system for sharing your thoughts on what libraries will be like in ten years. Scoot on over and give it a go. Then checkout the responses here: http://blog.acpl.lib.in.us/in2018/build_wall.php