Blog reader Rich sent me the URL for this article because it links to an article I wrote about RSS in January 2004. Gerry McKiernan, who has some useful bibliographies on the Web, writes about weblogs and feeds for this issue of the American Association of School Librarians’ Knowledge Quest. Page 2 or 39 has [...]
Archive for March 10th, 2005
Because of what I wrote over a year ago about books for Mexico City’s subway passengers, one of my librarian friends pointed me to this article about how Mexican police must read at least one book a month or forfeit their opportunity for advancement. I’ve seen it floating around the blogosphere elsewhere, too.
Though someone will say this other one is more appropriate for me. These are, of course, from Gaping Void. Caution: the comics include profanity.
On the ASIST K-Blog Panel blog, Christina Pikas shares a presentation about blogging and feeds she gave to an ASIST chapter. Good stuff!
The blog for the Berkman Center for Internet & Society has a blurb about the blogger with White House credentials, including a link to a Harvard Crimson article.