I love it when library school students stop by and chat. They usually reach me via the chat widget on the Business Blog or via the chat widget on the Biz Wiki. The students usually have a few questions about using Web 2.0 tools such as blogs, wikis, or screencasts. Occasionally students will blog... Continue Reading →
So I'm struggling with something. I have this blog, and I have just started another blog for my biking interests. So I have content here and at WordPress.com. The pictures that I have for this blog are generally uploaded to this blog directly, although I've started using my free flickr account to... Continue Reading →
A funny, but sadly true, look at Twitter. Off to tweet some more. I've been away too long while posting this. Gotta feed the habit. 😉
So I was teaching a class this morning at another building on campus. Unfortunately the provided computer I was using was having network issues. While we waited on the IT guys for the building to come in, I took the following picture with my phone and sent it to twitpic, which then sent the... Continue Reading →
Are the Creators of Twitter Living in the Last Dreamworld on Earth? -- New York Magazine. Still trying to understand Twitter? This article is one of the best that I've read, as it discusses a little bit of the tech, and a lot of the folks, behind Twitter. I highly recommend it to... Continue Reading →
Facebook vs Twitter on TwitTip Trying to figure out the difference between Twitter and Facebook? This post may be helpful in understanding the two social networks, and perhaps help you decide whch one is for you.
I caught this just now via some of the people I follow on Twitter. I have to say, this looks way cool. Basically, in a nutshell, this application, called Ubiquity, could be the solution to those of us who hate having too many windows or tabs open. Watch the video on the... Continue Reading →