I’m just about finished with my Feedster Developer Contest entry. It morphed from an option that seemed reasonable into a giant project, perhaps because I tried to be way too thorough with it. It’ll be good to finish it so I can return to the rest of my life. Frassle’s getting jealous, I have two [...]
Archive for December 13th, 2004
John Battelle writes about an effort of Google and a number of large libraries, including some of Harvard’s, to digitize materials and provide access to them. Information might be available in several places on Harvard’s network and perhaps Google in the next few days. When I received the e-mail Battelle shares just before I left [...]
Stephen Cohen shares some great thoughts about measuring the popularity of librarian blogs. He speculates that the reason why librarian/information scientist bloggers aren’t popular around the blogosphere is because so many of us reach such a niche audience. Let’s face it: most people probably don’t want to read about librarianship. His words probably apply to [...]
Marc Canter announces Marqui is looking for bloggers to write about products for $800 a month. They’re looking at bloggers because of the size of the audience we can reach. Bloggers would be allowed to write honest reviews. read on Portals and KM
At the Votes, Bits, & Bytes conference, many people talked about blogging in China and among people writing in Chinese. Bill Ives recently provided some resources about these phenomena. ls follows the topics, too. Addendum: ls summarizes his interest in and links to some resources about Chinese bloggers.