Yearly Archives: 2010

First post from Galaxy Tab

We have aquired a Galaxy Tab at work and this is the first blogpost I write on it.  I have paired it with an Apple wireless keyboard via Bluetooth (yes I appreciate the irony ¦-) ) and use the WordPress

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Internet Librarian 2010 day 2 keynote speaker Hazel Hall

Hazel Hall – getting real about social media What we are not going to do is as important as what we are going to do. Clay Shirky – Cognitive surplus Social media are not an alternative life, they are part

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Internet Librarian International 2010

Keynote session: There is nothing outside the cow – Robert Rowland Smith Author of: Breakfast with Socrates Knowledge – what it means to know things – Socrates and Platos view of that. Reading from: Dropping ashes on Buddha Meditation is

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From collection management to connection management

This little video looks at some of the most important issues for libraries today. You Must Focus on Connection Management Instead of Collection Management from R. David Lankes on Vimeo. Just the opening slide is worth the admission:-) The best

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Teaching wordpress

I am now teaching wordpress to the board of the Norwegian Special Libraries Assocation

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Electronic literature

I´m at the ELMCIP conference in Bergen. The concept of Electronic Literature (EL) as different from ebooks is of great interest to me. Today EL is published outside the traditional channels of publishing and by many who are not concidering

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Is it just me?

Yesterday I followed the annual WWDC keynote speech by Steve Jobs. The news where less wow than usual because of a lost prototype earlier this year, but it was still fun to see what was presentet on the stage. In

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