In which I provide a list of things that companies and organizations should (and shouldn’t) do with their social networking presence.
In which I look at paper.li, a platform that pulls in customized news and media from Twitter and spits out the content in newspaper layout.
Experienced Tweeters know to use hashtags to make it easier for others to follow a specific topic. A hashtag might be used for a general topic, such as #TV or #haiku. Professionals often hashtag conferences such as #ALAMW09 (American Library Association Midwinter Meeting 2009). I’ve seen a few professors encourage their students to get accounts […]
Meant to post about the Great Big Sea concert a week ago but er, life. To sum up: awesome. The boys were well-rested and were just starting to tour again. The music was excellent but the balance was bad at certain points. Sean was drowned out a few times. From our vantage point, Bob was […]
An addendum to my previous post on RSS… I just saw this post “Google Reader for Beginners.” These folks posted a few videos on YouTube to get your Reader started quickly. I recently started sharing items that I found interesting. I can make a note on a piece of news and those who’ve been granted […]
I chose to work this MLK Jr Day. I am one of two people present in my unit and maybe one of ten present in the entire cataloging division. I’m rather enjoying the quiet though. I am desperately trying to get through Sense and Sensibility before I watch the movie (1995 with Kate Winslet, Emma […]
I’ve decided to finally give Twitter a try. My username is cursedstorm there also. Twitter widget coming soon. Once I start digging around for feeds, I think I will find more librarians using it than friends I talk to on a normal basis.