Tag Archives: Web 2.0

New Stuff Tuesday – March 30

Say Everything: How Blogging Began, What It’s Becoming and Why It Matters by Scott Rosenberg HM851 .R674 2009 New Book Island, 2nd floor It’s hard to believe – it feels just like yesterday that we started the Andersen Library Blog. … Continue reading

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What’s a wiki?

Here’s a very short video explaining wikis, from the clever folks at Common Craft: Common Craft has many short videos explaining things like RSS, social bookmarking, twitter, blogs, sharing photos online, and more. You can also get them through YouTube … Continue reading

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It’s YOUR web: Do you add content?

Do you “publish” on the Web, or are you a lurker? User-created content on the Internet is extremely popular–what effects might it have on journalism? advertising? social relationships? politics? and more… The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development reports, based … Continue reading

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MySpace is Dying? WHAT?!

The last time I checked, the social networking giant was doing pretty well for itself. But according to Lance Ulanoff at PC Magazine, MySpace, Second Life and Twitter were all doomed. He says that MySpace could be the first one … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – May 15

This week, I’ve chosen two unrelated titles, just that they had somewhat catchy covers. I know, I know, don’t judge a book by its cover. Relationship Sabotage: Unconscious Factors That Destroy Couples, Marriages and Families William Matta HM1106 .R45 2006 … Continue reading

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