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Monthly Archives: April 2007
For some reason, I thought I picked my summer classes so I had two back to back, not on top of each other. I was wrong. I signed up for “Library Information Systems” and “Designing Computer Supported Collaborative Learning,” which … Continue reading
I’ve been wondering if maybe ‘m pushing myself too hard lately. I’m taking 3 classes right now, will be taking three in the fall and two in the summer, I’m going to ALA in Washington (Just bought the plane ticket!), … Continue reading
I will post much more on this later, but for now here’s some pictures from my trip yesterday: http://flickr.com/photos/nirak/sets/72157600098426590/
I have a bunch of log entries I just can’t seem to get done. They’re almost there, it’s just putting the finishing touches on them that I never seem to be able to get around to. The end of the … Continue reading
I wasn’t going to open this up, but I decided, why the heck not?? Take a look at the applications list on my presentation wiki. Am I missing any portable or web apps that would be good to use in … Continue reading
I just came across this Greasemonkey Script, which puts a link to Seattle public library holding on Amazon pages. Can someone make this for a Worldcat search? If so, I’d be eternally greatful! I need to learn to program ASAP.
I don’t usually post these, but what the heck. It’s lunchtime, and I’m not QUITE hungry yet. Some non library blogs- IT IN place – artist in residence for the Institute of the Future of the Book. Post Secret – … Continue reading
I mentioned the other night that I started a Ning Network for LIS students. We’re up to 15 members (including me) which isn’t bad, considering it’s only been about a day and a half. Already, there’s some interesting discussion on … Continue reading
I blatantly stole the idea from http://indexed.blogspot.com/.