Category Archives: internet

Two good articles from Current Cites

Volume 56, Issue 1 of Current Cites came out just before Christmas (subscribe here). It had two articles that I found particularly interesting; the first an article by Keith Webster of the University of Queensland, discussing the conversion of the … Continue reading

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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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New from New Zealand

The Digital Futures summit is underway in Auckland, with some very impressive names presenting (including Tim Berners-Lee and Chris Andersen, though both only by video). Watch online here, read the programme here (PDF) and read Russell Brown’s commentary here (thanks … Continue reading

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Lots from Internet Librarian 2007

Just going to post some quick links to posts that have caught my eye (probably reflecting my current academic bias): The best of Resource Shelf, 2007 10 WebVoyage Hacks Online marketing for libraries (also here) Building online communities (social tagging … Continue reading

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New Zealand Digital Content Strategy

Has been published; see New Zealand Digital Content Strategy.

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