Archive for December, 2008

99 Memes (but a blog ain’t one)

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008

Because I haven’t posted in a little while, and I’m a sucker for a good meme, I’m going to try my hand at the 99 Things. I first came across the postings at David Lee King and Stephen Abram‘s sites. Mostly frivolous, to be sure, but who knows what insights may be gleamed? THE 99 […]

Adventures in Library Construction

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

MPOW recently finished a much-needed construction project to add more parking. This has been great in terms of accommodating the constant flow of traffic that comes in and out of the library, as well as adding a pickup/dropoff point where there previously wasn’t one. This is all great news. People (for now) are having no […]

More on Twitter Search-Aided Outreach

Monday, December 15th, 2008

In the last post, I pointed out how Twitter Search was making Twitter more useful as a motivated reference tool. Much in the same way people are Slamming the Boards and providing library service to those who aren’t necessarily looking for it, we can use Twitter to provide much-needed answers and maintain our visibility. This […]

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