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Professional networking & Web2.0 – Are you LinkedIn?

A little bit of promotion for a program on the UGA Campus. Enclosed below is the announcement with bio information. —————Web2.0+ and Professional Networking: Are you LinkedIn? Panel DiscussionDate: August 12, 2008Time: 2-3 p.m.SLC Room 148Free! Web2.0+ and Social networking tools have changed many aspects of our daily lives from how we share information to how we learn and how we network professionally. Learn more ...

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Image galleries: Coppermine, 4images, plogger, Gallery

I’ve been looking at a plugin to expand my image gallery (hosted at my domain via opensource coppermine, not the flickr version) by using feeds — basically, for each category I would have a feed. I looked at migrating to different systems, too: Gallery, plogger, and 4images. Here is the rundown of what I need: RSS Feeds per category/image album Ability to list an image ...

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Review Library Technology Reports: Drupal in Libraries

As some of you know, I’ve been working with Drupal (opensource website content management system) for a while. I’ve built several websites in it, from an arts website to my portfolio. I’ve also become part of the Drupal group on campus, just a group of like minded folks interested in Drupal. At the first meeting I was asked (volunteered?) to demo the admin interface of ...

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New online resource — Civil Rights Digital Library

The recently unveiled Civil Rights Digital Library, contains text, image and video archives with annotated bibliographies, learning modules, study guides, etc.Not only of interest to educators and students, the Civil Rights Digital Library is a treasure trove of real life stories — talk about reality tv!This collection also serves in providing access and digitally archiving a huge collection of material. It’s really an amazing collection ...

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Tables + CSS (and captioning an image)

For those of you who use CSS in web design (or have been following its evolution), you may remember the battle cry of “tables are dead” from a few years ago, which was soon followed by rallying cry “Long live tables!” According to the thinking (and gurus) at the time, EVERYTHING that could be done with a table could be done with div layout and ...

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new art, new writings, latest issue of moonshine is available!

For those interested, the latest issue of moonshine, a magazine of the southern arts is availableonline (& free) athttp://www.moonshine.southerncreativity.com (moonshine is run on pacercms opensource newspaper & journal software; for more info about that), drop me a line. details:————————-It’s not just the weather that is hot. Take a break and check out some smokin’ work from Southern writers & artists. It’s so hot, it’s cool. ...

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it’s all photoshop to me — on film and reality

Well, I thought about pre-posting (aka future posting) a few entries, but then I decided against it. So, you all got a break from me, while I got break from computers and some days, even technology, well, except for my camera. ;-D I did finally fully migrate from film to digital. I’m still not sure I buy into the whole “death of film” idea, but ...

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Radical Librarianship

http://www.mcfarlandpub.com/contents-2.php?id=978-0-7864-3543-2 Includes interesting essays such as Teaching the Radical Catalog, User-Centered Serials Cataloging, “Why Isn’t My Book on the Shelf?” and Other Mysteries of the Library (by yours truly), AACR2—Bendable but Not Flexible: Cataloging Zines at Barnard College, Dr. Strangecataloger: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Tag, MARC: It’s Not Just for Cataloging Anymore, Control: A Case Study, Monographic Collections Structure ...

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