September 28, 2010

September 28th Stream

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love this – can’t come tonight but definitely in our future RT @LemonTreeGrocer: Introducing Our Neighborhood Menu http://conta.cc/d3ORlv [shifted]
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does this mean libs can embed chapters in OPACs? RT @steverubel: Kindle for the Web. Preview books in your browser. http://j.mp/dj7WoA [shifted]
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nice! same # of popular titles? RT @jblyberg: @shifted We can do that already w/ google books: http://bit.ly/cdjTMn [shifted]
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"At the start of the year, Jean Hing Fay and I (who job shared at the Grove Library) did a lot of reading of social media policies and came up with one for the library.
We based it on on the Intel social media policy and a very useful list at the High Tech Dad blog, Crafting your company’s social media policy .
ALA Social Media Working Group
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In a meeting with @NewOrleansCVB folks to talk about #ala11 in New Orleans next year. I can’t wait to go back! [shifted]
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RT @Booklist_Keir: Closing in on the end of War and Peace, via @dailylit. I scoffed two years ago but kept reading. [shifted]
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Why librarians are never bored. http://amzn.com/k/2EMKYUD2NLZW4 #Kindle [shifted]
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Why librarians are never bored. http://amzn.com/k/2EXQGFY4R5PVE #Kindle [shifted]

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