There’s another library blog book called LibWorld – library blogs worldwide: Description: “On April, 23rd 2007 a series of postings started on Infobib.de, where guest authors from all over the world introduced the library and library related blogs of their own country. This book is a collection of 30 revised LibWorld articles, accompanied by a [...]
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Walt Crawford has published a book on library-related blogs called The Liblog Landscape 2007-2008: Description: “Liblogs–blogs written by library people, as opposed to official library blogs–provide some of today’s most interesting and useful library literature. This book offers a broad look at English-language liblogs as they are and as they’ve changed between 2007 and 2008. [...]
I thought some of you might want to know what my Halloween costume is. After all, on the Internet, no one knows you’re a cat. Um … consider this an early Blogacatmas present!
I’ve been blogging longer than Typepad has been around. *feels old* And, yes, I have blogged on Typepad.
Technorati has released it’s 2008 State of the Blogosphere Report which states: * Blogs are pervasive and part of our daily lives: “There have been a number of studies aimed at understanding the size of the Blogosphere, yielding widely disparate estimates of both the number of blogs and blog readership. All studies agree, however, that [...]
Tuesday’s (9/16) Berkman Center lunch is, as the title suggestions, about blogging, journalism, and reality. Tune into the webcast. It’s too late to RSVP for the lunch. (One of these days, I’ll post one of these notices so there’s enough time to RSVP and attend.) Blogging, Journalism and Reality Persephone Miel, Berkman Fellow Tuesday, September [...]
NELINET is hosting it’s IT Conference 2008 – Web 2.0: Where Are We Now? at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island on Friday, October 10, 2008: “This year’s IT Conference – Web 2.0: Where Are We Now? will feature exciting new developments, updates and improvements to Web 2.0 tools in the library world and beyond. [...]
Some folks are suing a Cape Cod Today blogger for libel because of the words he used when discussing who’s responsible for not dredging the waterway. The number of lawsuits against bloggers, especially for libel, is increasing.
David Ardia of the Citizen Media Law Project had an excellent posting called “Understanding your legal risks when you blog or publish online”: “Every time you publish something online, whether it’s a news article, blog post, podcast, video, or even a user comment, you open yourself up to potential legal liability. This shouldn’t come as [...]
The Boston Globe discusses the spokesman for Somerville, Massachusetts, and his attempts to reach citizens via a community on LiveJournal in which city residents share blog posts. Despite some people finding his participation helpful, after some of his attempts to do good didn’t work quite as he hoped, he discontinued his blog.