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Is blogging dead?

Twitter for different purposes. RSS doesn’t have a face Disqus connected stream follow comments Real time search Why do you blog? Get feedback Comments coming on twitter.  What is that doing to the quality of the conversation?  Where is the indepth converstation. Life cycle of blog post.  If I post 3PM EST more people RT [...]

Is blogging dead?

Twitter for different purposes. RSS doesn’t have a face Disqus connected stream follow comments Real time search Why do you blog? Get feedback Comments coming on twitter.  What is that doing to the quality of the conversation?  Where is the indepth converstation. Life cycle of blog post.  If I post 3PM EST more people RT [...]

CNET’s List of Twitter Search Sites

In his blog this morning, Rafe Needleman of CNET posted an impressive list of search tools for Twitter.  It forced me to realize the puniness of my own Twitter search list, which, as a result, is now seriously pumped up. If you are hooked on searching for more dynamic, more real-time content, don’t miss these [...]

CNET’s List of Twitter Search Sites

In his blog this morning, Rafe Needleman of CNET posted an impressive list of search tools for Twitter.  It forced me to realize the puniness of my own Twitter search list, which, as a result, is now seriously pumped up. If you are hooked on searching for more dynamic, more real-time content, don’t miss these [...]

March of Time Newsreels from HBO

If your history teachers are still around share this!  If they aren’t, make sure you hold this link for them. HBO has made complete episodes from March of Time newsreel and documentary series available on its stock video portal, HBO Archives. The complete episodes, produced by Time, cover the years between 1935 and 1967.   HBO [...]

March of Time Newsreels from HBO

If your history teachers are still around share this!  If they aren’t, make sure you hold this link for them. HBO has made complete episodes from March of Time newsreel and documentary series available on its stock video portal, HBO Archives. The complete episodes, produced by Time, cover the years between 1935 and 1967.   HBO [...]

National Archives Launches its YouTube Channel

I recently blogged about the Library of Congress moving its media in a 2.0 direction. Now, just in time to mark its 75th anniversary, the National Archives launches its own YouTube Channel. The goal is to highlight upcoming events and showcase film holdings. Right now, the channel features only 17 videos. The plan is to [...]

National Archives Launches its YouTube Channel

I recently blogged about the Library of Congress moving its media in a 2.0 direction. Now, just in time to mark its 75th anniversary, the National Archives launches its own YouTube Channel. The goal is to highlight upcoming events and showcase film holdings. Right now, the channel features only 17 videos. The plan is to [...]

Online library webinars: Should we do it again (and again)?

Last Thursday, our webinar, Is There a Place for Media Specialists Who Don’t Know Social Media? was graciously hosted by Steve Hargadon, who manages the The Future of Education as well as the Classroom 2.0 Nings.  Carolyn Foote,  Buffy Hamilton, and Cathy Nelson were our panelists.  Steve hinted at it in our planning discussions and [...]

Online library webinars: Should we do it again (and again)?

Last Thursday, our webinar, Is There a Place for Media Specialists Who Don’t Know Social Media? was graciously hosted by Steve Hargadon, who manages the The Future of Education as well as the Classroom 2.0 Nings.  Carolyn Foote,  Buffy Hamilton, and Cathy Nelson were our panelists.  Steve hinted at it in our planning discussions and [...]