Archive for June 21st, 2004

Interesting Use of an Orkut Community (link will only work for Orkut members and may require logging in)

Monday, June 21st, 2004

A guy named Chris is using an Orkut Community to try to organize a meetup of people in the Boston area who use Orkut. Does a face-to-face meeting negate the purpose of online networking? (That’s a joke I shouldn’t have even tried.)

PowerPoint Presentations

Monday, June 21st, 2004

I am considering using PowerPoint for my presentation to some business school librarians on Friday. I happened to uncover the June/July American Libraries containing the article End PowerPoint Dependency Now! A former student of the author’s rants against his use of PowerPoint in class. I saw some negative buzz among librarians in the blogosphere about […]

The Internet Scout Project’s Weblog

Monday, June 21st, 2004

Where have I been? I’ve known about the Internet Scout Project and subscribed to their report for years. Today while doing an Internet search, I stumbled across their weblog. Thinking it was something new, I thumbed back through its pages and kept going and going. They’ve been blogging for years, apparently. Why I hadn’t noticed […]

The Tampa Tribune Profiles Their Archive & Research Department

Monday, June 21st, 2004

This recent Tampa Tribune column provides a look at their Archive & Research Department and their role within the news organization.

Blogging in the Business World

Monday, June 21st, 2004

I am talking to some business librarians on Friday about blogging, so I’m collecting resources and ideas of things to show them and talk about. I appreciate any suggestions anyone out there might have. Here are some resources I might highlight: What a Blog Can Do For Your Small Business Blogging for Business Dan Bricklin […]