Monthly Archives: December 2007

MeeboMe, Yahoo! Answers, and much more

David Lee King has a great post about adding MeeboMe to the library catalogue, so that when users do a search and receive no hits, a MeeboMe widget pops up and they have the option to chat to a librarian. … Continue reading

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Another link dump with the odd comment. First Monday reports a survey by Brent Bumgarner at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, stating that students use Facebook: “as a social activity…. primarily as a tool for the facilitation … Continue reading

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Kristin Hersh's new music model

Kristin Hersh is an American singer-songwriter known for her work with Throwing Muses (the best hope of the 4AD label, until a little group known as the Pixies came along). She’s currently leading the way in exploring new models for … Continue reading

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A number of posts relating to Facebook have caught my eye recently – possibly because Facebook is the first generic social networking site that I actually use regularly myself. Possibly because my library is considering some sort of presence on … Continue reading

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