Law Technology News has a brief article on podcasting that includes a list of podcast directories.
Archive for March 7th, 2005
Jill Hurst-Wahl of Hurst Associates maintains this weblog focusing on digitization issues. The blog roll has an interesting mix of resources. noticed on Newslib
I look good in it, too. Maybe next time I should order a large so I don’t distract the bloggers. I wonder if it’ll lure Jay back to the meetings … Doubt it … Now I have a coupon for $4 off an order of $35 or more.
The Associated Press reports a new San Luis Obispo County, California, law gives librarians support in asking problem library visitors to leave the premises. Reasons librarians can expel someone include fighting, sleeping, foul smells, and viewing illegal material on library computers.
In a move that is probably a first and acknowledges the importance of bloggers, the White House credentialed blogger Garrett M. Graff of fishbowlDC. New York University journalism professor Jay Rosen, who’s been writing a bit about the White House Press lately, is quoted as saying "Mr. Graff was expanding the definition of what constitutes [...]
I felt okay about the 100+ e-mail messages I receive daily until I read Stever Robbins’ estimate that it takes 3 minutes to deal with each message, which amounts to 5 hours of e-mail management a day. Wow. No wonder I can’t get anything done! Robbins shares a number of valuable tips, like how to [...]