Monthly Archives: March 2009

Getting started on Twitter, professionally I’ve been using Twitter casually for a year or two, but purely as a way of keeping up an ongoing, semi-random conversation with a group of friends, almost all in the USA, some of whom … Continue reading

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Another roundup

I’m clearing out my Google Reader ‘to read’ list and posting quick links to anything that still looks interesting…some of this is kinda old.  Also playing around with themes on the blog itself, and I upgraded to the latest WordPress, … Continue reading

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'Living large in lean times'

Mary Ellen Bates has a nice article in Information Today titled ‘living large in lean times‘. Her advice includes looking at the long-term, thinking strategically and emphasising how your library/information centre adds value and is seen as a revenue-generating function. … Continue reading

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Twitter for internal communications – Social networking for lawyers – Google search rank

Tame The Web has a post on the use of Twitter for internal communication.  Sounds like it could work better than IM, which was something we’re thinking of using at MPOW. Legally Minded  is social networking for US lawyers. It also has … Continue reading

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