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watch your TV anywhere

I actually heard about this from my sister. 😉We were talking about watching television series while traveling and elsewhere. She mentioned that my niece only watches “TV” on her computer — kind of a teen’s version of Tivo, in that she can watch what she wants, when she wants. It’s true that many networks are starting to stream their series (and some older series, too!), ...

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Second Life — Resources for educators and more

Very nice annotated list of articles relating to educational uses of second life, second life and pedagogy, as well as second life resources of a more educational nature.http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~mpepper/slbib Another very useful resource of a more broad nature is the official second life blog; the blog covers just about everything including lots of howtos and tutorials.http://blog.secondlife.com/ Also, John Lester out of Linden Labs (second life’s company) ...

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Podcast about social networks and technical networks

Author, Here Comes Everybody … The Power of Organizing Without Organizations Moira speaks with CLAY SHIRKY about the relationship between social networks and technical networks. Now with texting, and digital photos and cell phones, everything from politics to socializing will never be the samehttp://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail3596.html

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25 social networking tools for librarians

25 Useful Social Networking Tools for Librarians By Jessica Hupp http://www.collegedegree.com/library/financial-aid/25-useful-social-networking-tools-for-librarians "As a librarian, you want to be able to share information with patrons and students in the easiest way possible, and social networking offers a great way to do just that. With social networking tools, you can create bookmark collections, share notices, and more. We’ve profiled 25 of the best here." ———— Mmm. I ...

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HP, MIT bolster DSpace open-source archives

Kind of old news at this point (it’s been floating around in my inbox!), but I find it interesting that someone from the Internet Archive has been appointed the director of the DSpace Foundation. Verrry interesting… —————– Users of DSpace digital-archiving technology will now receive help and support via a not-for-profit organization set up by the creators of the tool, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ...

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how to future post in blogger

So, apparently blogger is going to start allowing future posting some time in the eh… future. Until that time, one option is to setup blogging by email and then use lettermelater.com which seems to work pretty well, minus tags, and a few other features. ..oh, and nexgen blogger is in draft, which is completely confusing to me, because the ‘draft’ dashboard looks just like the ...

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