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From ALA TechSource, an online resource for librarians, comes a great review of David Weinberger's book Everything is Miscellaneous. "This book is dangerous. Everything is Miscellaneous takes all the precious ideas we are taught as librarians and throws them out the window. Structure, order, precise metadata, bibliographic control: gone, gone, gone, gone. Even, for you…

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I just had to post something here about this because it totally blew me away. Not to pick on the folks at Alice Hill's RealTechNews, but I was just reading a post they had about something, and down near the bottom there was a gigantic line of icons, each of which represented a social-networking website…

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As Rob Hyndman has pointed out on his blog, in organizing the mesh conference coming up in Toronto this May, we have tried to drink as much of our own kool-aid as possible -- figuratively, that is -- by using Web 2.0 services and features in both planning the conference and in the actual setup,…

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In my constant quest for new plug-ins and gizmos for my blog, I try out just about everything I come across, including the Quimble survey creator, which I quite like. I came across one called TagCloud that has been around for awhile and decided to try it, in part because I think tag clouds are…

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