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4 different futures imagined for research libraries

Interesting thoughts…——————4 Very Different Futures Are Imagined for Research Libraries The first scenario, “Research Entrepreneurs,” lays out a future in which “individual researchers are the stars of the story.” Corporations and philanthropists directly support the best and brightest, who “produce insights that dazzle readers, leaders, and markets.” Creativity matters more than institutional or disciplinary affiliations; the best researchers write their own contracts. Research institutions “increasingly ...

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Trying to post to ee and blogger at the same time

So, I have decided I’d rather just blog in one spot. Really, I just got tired of managing multiple identities on the ‘net — too much work. I really like blogger and while I like ee (ok), it is so much easier to push blogger to well… just about anything. except….I’ve hit a stumbling block with labels. I can get the RSS for the label ...

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Customizing/styling a blogger rss feed using Feedburner

To find your blogger feed for a label (category/tag), check out this post. Part 2 – CUSTOMIZING & STYLING A RSS FEED WITH FEEDBURNEROpen feedburner.com Sigh in with feedburner using your google/gmail account login password and ID. Before we can style and customize the display of our feed, we have to link it with Feedburner. You should see “Burn a feed right this instant. Type ...

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Blogger feed by label (tag/category) — getting your URL

This post covers how to get a blog label / tag (category) into feedburner (or even how to determine what it actually is). If you need to know how to style your RSS Feed or repackage it for a HTML only page, you’ll want to check outIf you’re trying to get your blog into a Facebook page, there are a couple of different options, which ...

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