Archive for November, 2007

Past Presentations: Building Online Communities @ Palos Heights

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Shortly after my talk at Orland Park, I was fortunate enough to give a talk at the Palos Heights Public Library. Titled “Building Online Communities With Web 2.0,” I discussed a few of the ways libraries can use Instant Messaging, social networking, Flickr, and Del.icio.us to make their online services a bit more dynamic.  Thanks […]

Past Presentations: Firefox @ Orland Park

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Way back in August of this year, I did some Firefox-related proselytizing during an in-service at the Orland Park Public Library. This blog hadn’t been set up during that time, but I promised to post the slides once I had a dedicated space put together. The link to the slideshow is here.  The handout is […]

The unintended risks of RSS.

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Reflections on Thing 2. Being a little more visually oriented, I’m currently using Netvibes for my RSS feeds. I like being able to see all new stories at a glance, as well as having a visual indicator of what I have and have not read. Now I’m almost obsessive in checking my Netvibes page. Sometimes […]

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