October 18, 2010

October 18th Stream

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@dcbcd I stocked up on vitamin c on the way in to work and am lighting a candle to the health gods…. [shifted]
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We created this site for those of you that have a song stuck in your head and you can’t get it out no matter what you do. Using the latest in reverse-auditory-melodic-unstickification technology, we’ve been able to allow our users to “unhear” songs by hearing equally catchy songs. So really all we’re doing is making you forget your old song by replacing it with another one… sorry. – via @swissmiss

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@hootsuite Help! No response to filling out the Non-Profit Discount Application. Can you have someone contact me? Thx – jlevine at ala.org [shifted]
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FF3.5.7 doesn’t work for me but great idea RT @steverubel: Leatherbound. compares ebook prices for iBooks, Kindle & Nook http://ow.ly/2V7uD [shifted]
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In attendance: Tina, Sean, Val, Megan, Jenny, Mary
We had a great discussion about the staff response plan, and I got caught up in the conversation so didn’t take thorough meeting notes. Perhaps we need to rotate this duty?
Megan has put together a great foundation for the Choose Your Own Adventure Response Plan. She came up with five basic scenarios, which she’ll post to the group: positive, neutral, inaccurate, negative low risk, and negative high risk. We also added information-seeking/customer service as a sixth type.
ALA Social Media Working Group
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"need a 6th P (Product/Price/Place/Positioning/Promotion): user Pleasure in all aspects of strategy, promotion & design" http://ow.ly/2TqY9 [shifted]
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really looking forward to reading this book. totally agree that good ideas need to be shared. http://amzn.com/k/YNNYE6QMA20B #Kindle [shifted]

1 Comment

  1. Hi Jenny!
    I’ve been following your blog for a while now and love your stuff (especially your blog posts about the kindle and next generation ereaders that will help us to share content). I thought you might be interested in the new Exlibris reporting solution that my company has developed with Boston College Libraries. We’re holding a webinar for systems librarians to show what we’ve done with BC and where we’re going…and it should be great! With it, libraries can:
    * Easily measure and manage acquisition performance
    * Summarize and monitor circulation stats by date range, sub-library, title, item, status, and patron
    * Summarize budget or sub-budget status by what was purchased, what is pending, and how much remains in the budget
    And we have a whole bunch of other features on our roadmap like being able to analyze real-time usage of e-Journal packages against subscription costs to calculate ROI and to generate ARL statistics on demand.
    I am hoping you might post about this on your blog or on twitter. Here’s the link to register: http://bit.ly/cTrAOw
    Okay shameless plug OVER now! Thanks. 🙂

    Comment by Jess — October 19, 2010 @ 8:06 am

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