Archive for October 17th, 2003
should be interesting. Dave’ll be out of town the next two Thursdays, so he’s kinda put Michael and I in charge of the meetings.
Guardian chose The Christian Science Monitor’s Liblog as a best link. (Unfortunately, I can’t seem to find a permalink on The Guardian’s blog, so I can’t link directly to the October 14 post.)
One of my blog group friends referred me to this article about text mining in yesterday’s New York Times. It’s basically about computer programs that can quickly read text, create links among documents, and produce a map readers can follow.
The New Englnd Chapter of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (NEASIST) is organizing a hands-on workshop about blogging on November 13th. It’s a follow-up to their popular blogging program last spring. Also, the Simmons College LISSA and ASIST Student Chapter are planning a program about blogging, too, with Steven Cohen of Librarystuff.net. [...]