Oh, I think I may use this to wrap up my presentation on facebook. So funny (warning pg-13)
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Well, this is a pretty unwieldly subject to pack into a 1 hour presentation (and I didn’t go very far into the details of the mechanics of the semantic web, at all)….
So, I had the dreaded stuck “hand” tool in MXFireworks 2004 (yeah, I know, way behind, I work for the govt….) where I absolutely could do nothing except move around using the hand tool.After much googling, here are the responses I came up with (and I now share in hopes of helping somebody else) : The first three are duhs, which didn’t work for me ...
There are probably multiple ways to do this (friendfeed, google reader, etc.) but I’m already posting from twitter to facebook. So, throwing in another tool that I use (and love — but really only as a personal bookmark service) del.icio.us, I discovered that I can now bookmark in del.icio.us and then send to twitter. Using the post from twitter, I can then send it right ...
Interesting idea — an online backup service (mostly pay-to-play) but twitter backup is free.http://backupify.com/
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So, here is one thing I’m working on — an article on cataloging tools. I’m not posting all of the research (needless to say) but you can see Beth Thornton & my presentation on our preliminary findings, here.
http://www.archivists.org/standards/OWBP-V4.pdf From the introduction:“‘Orphan works’ is a term used to describe the situation in which the owner of a copyrighted work cannot be identified and located by someone who wishes to make use of the work in a manner that requires permission of the copyright owner. Proposed orphan works legislation, such as the Orphan Works Act of 2008 (H.R. 5889) and the Shawn Bentley Orphan ...
I like the idea of ebooks and ereaders (I do, I really do) but…I want full color, lcd which automatically adjusts to ambient light, readable font (higher dpi to mimic the typeface on paper) , support for all digital media formats, and crossplatform formats for ebooks. Oh, and it should be lightweight, waterproof, dustproof, and freezeproof. this is a start…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vBb3_aZN7g