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From Michael: Thanks FGL for contributing this guest post! I can’t believe how many years it’s been since I interviewed you for LJ: Hi, friends – Feel-good Librarian here, with biggest, shiniest congratulations to Michael and the whole Tame the Web community! Ten super years of information sharing and general […]

#TTW10 : The Feel-Good Librarian ~ You Can Do Magic

I decided to be a librarian in late 2006 at the urging of my mother in law Jill.  She had been a librarian for many years and spoke of her work very passionately.  With a simple poke and a simple “you know, you’d be good at this library thing“, I was […]

#TTW10 : Connecting With People (by TTW contributor Justin Hoenke)

Sarah Long’s 100th podcast with Michael Stephens, originally uploaded by North Suburban Library System (NSLS). On May 6th, I presented “The Hyperlinked Library” at North Suburban Library System. After the session, I was invited to record a podcast with Sarah Long, the director of NSLS. We also spoke a bit […]

Sarah Long’s 100th podcast with Michael Stephens

Troy Swanson, Teaching & Learning Librarian at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills, Illinois writes to TTW: We have a new podcast in our library: I decided to write up a blog post about the steps involved: I thought that others may find this of interest. People […]

More on Podcasting

First Monday Podcasts Originally uploaded by mstephens7 First Monday is launching podcasts in August: Starting in August 2007, First Monday Podcasts will bring you the people and events behind the interesting and novel ideas related to the history, current use, and future of the Internet. Preview:

First Monday Podcasts

A new report from Pew Internet & American Life Project on podcasting: Some 12% of internet users say they have downloaded a podcast so they can listen to it or view it at a later time. However, few internet users are downloading podcasts with great frequency; just 1% report […]

Those Podcasts!

Brian C Gray is blogging at the ALA L2 Course blog. He details information about the new Freedman Center at Case Western Reserve University. Pay close attention to the info about the podcasting studio:

Read about the Freedman Center The podcasts will digitize heritage walking tours throughout Uptown Waterloo, using MP3 players and Blackberry devices that will be available for loan from the Main Library on Albert Street. The tours will also be available on-line through computer workstations located in the library. Podcasting is a method of publishing […]

Waterloo Public Library Podcasting and Circulating Blackberries!