Daily Archives: November 1, 2008

I was following a thread by Phil Bradley about Facebook and bosses and found this: http://www.rba.co.uk/wordpress/2008/10/29/bosses-should-embrace-facebook/#comments Charlie says this: As an IT professional I believe it would be a short-sighted and risky to allow employees or contractors to even possibly exchange corporate/business information through an unaccountable service such as facebook. […]

IT Professional says “No” & Phil Bradley Responds

I am hearting this post: Coming Full Circle: Humanity is the new Technology What I think is happening on the Web is very human. While we look toward trends like “cloud computing” it’s essential to understand what’s happening here. Sometimes, as human beings we don’t want human assistance, like for […]

It’s all about People

http://discuss.ala.org/marginalia/2008/10/31/why-did-they-search-that-i-wonder/ Karen writes: When the ALA website went live last month, it did so with an added feature: the custom Search Engine Results Page. There are three parts to this, “key matches,” the usual kind of search results, and some ranked results from “big” Google. I had the task of […]

Searching the ALA Web Site