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By Michael P. Sauers

In this totally up-to-date moment variation of his well known 2006 ebook, Michael P. Sauers exhibits how running a blog and RSS know-how will be simply and effectively utilized by libraries and librarians. as well as supplying easy-to-follow directions for developing, publishing, and syndicating a weblog utilizing loose web-based companies, software program, RSS feeds, and aggregators, Sauers covers new instruments and prone, introduces a variety of worthwhile library blogs and bloggers, and features a new bankruptcy on microblogging with Twitter.

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Last December, the Sickelco Family gave the library a lovely donation that allowed me to buy a digital DVD projector. Around the same time, I bought a subscription that allows us to show films produced by nearly all the major motion picture studios. So today, we showed Madagascar to 52 little kids and their parents. Members of our Junior Friends group made several batches of popcorn in our great big, wonderful popcorn maker, which made the library smell like a theater, and we opened the doors to the little ones.

Is doing with his OPAC, in particular the pewbot which provides Amazon-like suggestions (read more about it here and here). Earlier this year, John Blyberg did a great job surveying some of the really great experimenting we’re seeing with taking OPACs to the next level. Could 2006 be the year the OPAC finally begins to truly evolve? Let’s hope so. com/ttwblog “The Tame the Web Blog is written by Michael Stephens, a librarian, technology trainer and writer living in Northern Indiana. 19). ” Points like “Nitpick the dress code - because socks are essential for good public service” are not only humorous but very telling in some libraries.

I though I’d thought of everything. I should have known better... Yesterday one of my students from a WA small public library mentioned that they require a library card number (or other temporary id number) to access the library’s WiFi connection. This caught me off guard as I’d never heard of this being done before. Granted, many libraries require some sort of login for the library computers for timing software purposes and/or to have a basic tracking system in case there is damage to the equipment.

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