February 10, 2010

February 10th Stream

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"At the start of an event I’m documenting I’ll let people know that I’ll be taking pictures, and that I am happy to take pictures down, no questions asked, on request. I try to take pictures people will like and I delete pictures I doubt people will dislike. My aim is that the subjects of the pictures will either be OK with or happy about the images I publish. I’m stressing this because it seems an important, human point – it falls outside of the risks you’ve mentioned but it’s important to recognise the role of feelings and emotions within the construction of other peoples digital identity. I rarely include the subjects full name in any of the picture data – title, tags or other options, although I’m happy to do so – or remove this data – on request…. I also don’t CC my images of people attending events apart from at the request of the subject. I don’t think it’s respectful to give permissions on third party subjects without their involvement."

twitter (feed #3)
@griffey @younglibrarian @et.al. I think @foursquare is overwhelmed. I’ve tried to contact them via site twice in last month – no response [shifted]
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we may have to try to run something for #ala10 ourselves using @foursquare or @gowalla (once they have web checkin) [shifted]
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@StevenJV yeah, that’s why I’ve been trying to contact @foursquare. it’s @gowalla that doesn’t offer it (yet) [shifted]
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@jaimebc duly noted 🙂 [shifted]
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I’m assuming there will be the equivalent of ping.fm for checkin services by #ala10 so am trying to figure how to "count" for leaderboard [shifted]
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@michellehudson it’s working for me – can you send me a URL (jlevine [at] ala.org)? thx (and sorry it’s behaving badly) [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
not sure why the #ala website is down – working on it. [shifted]
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@michellehudson that’s not our fault :-p [shifted]
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@mojo_girl I actually don’t want to pick 1 but @foursquare has critical mass. I like game aspect but am intrigued by @gowalla trips 4 #ala10 [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
followed link to #wsj re: google broadband networks but paywall stopped me from reading it. went to google news instead. point/counterpoint [shifted]
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"…During the conference, it’s useful to eavesdrop on parallel sessions that I’m missing by watching the twitter stream. And it’s helpful to be able to look at people’s slides right away, and to find related materials that’s mentioned or written during the conference. And it’s nice to see photos of the event afterward, too.

Tagging before, during and after a conference is a key tool for using a big conference as a kind of host system a smaller group that wants to connect. The economics of face-to-face meetings leads to big conferences. The economics of meaning-making require smaller, but not closed, conversations.

Apart from email, forums, teleconferences, mobile phones, and other technologies, tagging is useful for enabling a small group to use a large conference as a platform for its own purposes. It’s an example of a technology that allows the integration across tools by means of a practice and a protocol "

delicious (feed #4)

"At the end of the day, it isnt about the technology…. It isnt about the computer replacing the book. It is about a world where students learn with a book in one hand and a mouse in the other, rather than one where they are taught that book culture is so fragile it needs to be protected from the computer.

Jenna McWilliams, until recently, part of our Project NML staff, writes powerfully about reading with a mouse in your hand. She tells us that teachers often encourage students to read with a pencil in their hands — not simply letting the words pass over their eyeballs but critically engaging with them, taking notes, asking questions, critiquing as they go. When students read with a mouse in their hands, they take this one step further: they assume that they must actively respond to whats been put in front of them; they are poised to participate; they take responsibility over the quality of information and correct it publically if it is wrong. "

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RT @ALALibrary: New service! #AskALA Got membership questions? Need dates for NLW? Text us at 66746 and begin your question with AskALA [shifted]
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how awesome is @hiddenpeanuts? answer: superduperawesome! RT @amlibraries: AL Perpetual Beta: Mobile Site Generator http://cli.gs/YhXg3 [shifted]
delicious (feed #4)
Shared Diagrammr.

"Create and share diagrams by writing sentences!" – via @libraryremix

twitter (feed #3)
@awd congrats! I look forward to commencing with you 🙂 #alawac [shifted]
delicious (feed #4)

"Young peoples expectations are also high when it comes to selecting their next employer. Not only did 37 percent of respondents say they want to see state-of-the-art technology being used in their prospective workplace; just as recruiters and hiring managers often snoop around search and social sites to investigate a potential hires character, the millenial job-hunter will check up on prospective companies, peers and bosses, as well."

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February 10th Stream

flickr (feed #5)
Shared 2 photos.
generic (feed #10)
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generic (feed #10)
delicious (feed #4)

"At the start of an event I’m documenting I’ll let people know that I’ll be taking pictures, and that I am happy to take pictures down, no questions asked, on request. I try to take pictures people will like and I delete pictures I doubt people will dislike. My aim is that the subjects of the pictures will either be OK with or happy about the images I publish. I’m stressing this because it seems an important, human point – it falls outside of the risks you’ve mentioned but it’s important to recognise the role of feelings and emotions within the construction of other peoples digital identity. I rarely include the subjects full name in any of the picture data – title, tags or other options, although I’m happy to do so – or remove this data – on request…. I also don’t CC my images of people attending events apart from at the request of the subject. I don’t think it’s respectful to give permissions on third party subjects without their involvement."

twitter (feed #3)
@griffey @younglibrarian @et.al. I think @foursquare is overwhelmed. I’ve tried to contact them via site twice in last month – no response [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
we may have to try to run something for #ala10 ourselves using @foursquare or @gowalla (once they have web checkin) [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
@StevenJV yeah, that’s why I’ve been trying to contact @foursquare. it’s @gowalla that doesn’t offer it (yet) [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
@jaimebc duly noted 🙂 [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
I’m assuming there will be the equivalent of ping.fm for checkin services by #ala10 so am trying to figure how to "count" for leaderboard [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
@michellehudson it’s working for me – can you send me a URL (jlevine [at] ala.org)? thx (and sorry it’s behaving badly) [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
not sure why the #ala website is down – working on it. [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
@michellehudson that’s not our fault :-p [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
@mojo_girl I actually don’t want to pick 1 but @foursquare has critical mass. I like game aspect but am intrigued by @gowalla trips 4 #ala10 [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
followed link to #wsj re: google broadband networks but paywall stopped me from reading it. went to google news instead. point/counterpoint [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #11)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
delicious (feed #4)

"…During the conference, it’s useful to eavesdrop on parallel sessions that I’m missing by watching the twitter stream. And it’s helpful to be able to look at people’s slides right away, and to find related materials that’s mentioned or written during the conference. And it’s nice to see photos of the event afterward, too.

Tagging before, during and after a conference is a key tool for using a big conference as a kind of host system a smaller group that wants to connect. The economics of face-to-face meetings leads to big conferences. The economics of meaning-making require smaller, but not closed, conversations.

Apart from email, forums, teleconferences, mobile phones, and other technologies, tagging is useful for enabling a small group to use a large conference as a platform for its own purposes. It’s an example of a technology that allows the integration across tools by means of a practice and a protocol "

delicious (feed #4)

"At the end of the day, it isnt about the technology…. It isnt about the computer replacing the book. It is about a world where students learn with a book in one hand and a mouse in the other, rather than one where they are taught that book culture is so fragile it needs to be protected from the computer.

Jenna McWilliams, until recently, part of our Project NML staff, writes powerfully about reading with a mouse in your hand. She tells us that teachers often encourage students to read with a pencil in their hands — not simply letting the words pass over their eyeballs but critically engaging with them, taking notes, asking questions, critiquing as they go. When students read with a mouse in their hands, they take this one step further: they assume that they must actively respond to whats been put in front of them; they are poised to participate; they take responsibility over the quality of information and correct it publically if it is wrong. "

generic (feed #10)
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twitter (feed #3)
RT @ALALibrary: New service! #AskALA Got membership questions? Need dates for NLW? Text us at 66746 and begin your question with AskALA [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
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twitter (feed #3)
how awesome is @hiddenpeanuts? answer: superduperawesome! RT @amlibraries: AL Perpetual Beta: Mobile Site Generator http://cli.gs/YhXg3 [shifted]
delicious (feed #4)
Shared Diagrammr.

"Create and share diagrams by writing sentences!" – via @libraryremix

twitter (feed #3)
@awd congrats! I look forward to commencing with you 🙂 #alawac [shifted]
delicious (feed #4)

"Young peoples expectations are also high when it comes to selecting their next employer. Not only did 37 percent of respondents say they want to see state-of-the-art technology being used in their prospective workplace; just as recruiters and hiring managers often snoop around search and social sites to investigate a potential hires character, the millenial job-hunter will check up on prospective companies, peers and bosses, as well."

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February 10th Stream

flickr (feed #5)
Shared 2 photos.
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
delicious (feed #4)

"At the start of an event I’m documenting I’ll let people know that I’ll be taking pictures, and that I am happy to take pictures down, no questions asked, on request. I try to take pictures people will like and I delete pictures I doubt people will dislike. My aim is that the subjects of the pictures will either be OK with or happy about the images I publish. I’m stressing this because it seems an important, human point – it falls outside of the risks you’ve mentioned but it’s important to recognise the role of feelings and emotions within the construction of other peoples digital identity. I rarely include the subjects full name in any of the picture data – title, tags or other options, although I’m happy to do so – or remove this data – on request…. I also don’t CC my images of people attending events apart from at the request of the subject. I don’t think it’s respectful to give permissions on third party subjects without their involvement."

twitter (feed #3)
@griffey @younglibrarian @et.al. I think @foursquare is overwhelmed. I’ve tried to contact them via site twice in last month – no response [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
we may have to try to run something for #ala10 ourselves using @foursquare or @gowalla (once they have web checkin) [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
@StevenJV yeah, that’s why I’ve been trying to contact @foursquare. it’s @gowalla that doesn’t offer it (yet) [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
@jaimebc duly noted 🙂 [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
I’m assuming there will be the equivalent of ping.fm for checkin services by #ala10 so am trying to figure how to "count" for leaderboard [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
@michellehudson it’s working for me – can you send me a URL (jlevine [at] ala.org)? thx (and sorry it’s behaving badly) [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
not sure why the #ala website is down – working on it. [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
@michellehudson that’s not our fault :-p [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
@mojo_girl I actually don’t want to pick 1 but @foursquare has critical mass. I like game aspect but am intrigued by @gowalla trips 4 #ala10 [shifted]
twitter (feed #3)
followed link to #wsj re: google broadband networks but paywall stopped me from reading it. went to google news instead. point/counterpoint [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #11)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
delicious (feed #4)

"…During the conference, it’s useful to eavesdrop on parallel sessions that I’m missing by watching the twitter stream. And it’s helpful to be able to look at people’s slides right away, and to find related materials that’s mentioned or written during the conference. And it’s nice to see photos of the event afterward, too.

Tagging before, during and after a conference is a key tool for using a big conference as a kind of host system a smaller group that wants to connect. The economics of face-to-face meetings leads to big conferences. The economics of meaning-making require smaller, but not closed, conversations.

Apart from email, forums, teleconferences, mobile phones, and other technologies, tagging is useful for enabling a small group to use a large conference as a platform for its own purposes. It’s an example of a technology that allows the integration across tools by means of a practice and a protocol "

delicious (feed #4)

"At the end of the day, it isnt about the technology…. It isnt about the computer replacing the book. It is about a world where students learn with a book in one hand and a mouse in the other, rather than one where they are taught that book culture is so fragile it needs to be protected from the computer.

Jenna McWilliams, until recently, part of our Project NML staff, writes powerfully about reading with a mouse in your hand. She tells us that teachers often encourage students to read with a pencil in their hands — not simply letting the words pass over their eyeballs but critically engaging with them, taking notes, asking questions, critiquing as they go. When students read with a mouse in their hands, they take this one step further: they assume that they must actively respond to whats been put in front of them; they are poised to participate; they take responsibility over the quality of information and correct it publically if it is wrong. "

generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
RT @ALALibrary: New service! #AskALA Got membership questions? Need dates for NLW? Text us at 66746 and begin your question with AskALA [shifted]
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
generic (feed #10)
twitter (feed #3)
how awesome is @hiddenpeanuts? answer: superduperawesome! RT @amlibraries: AL Perpetual Beta: Mobile Site Generator http://cli.gs/YhXg3 [shifted]
delicious (feed #4)
Shared Diagrammr.

"Create and share diagrams by writing sentences!" – via @libraryremix

twitter (feed #3)
@awd congrats! I look forward to commencing with you 🙂 #alawac [shifted]
delicious (feed #4)

"Young peoples expectations are also high when it comes to selecting their next employer. Not only did 37 percent of respondents say they want to see state-of-the-art technology being used in their prospective workplace; just as recruiters and hiring managers often snoop around search and social sites to investigate a potential hires character, the millenial job-hunter will check up on prospective companies, peers and bosses, as well."

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