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The end of the Road….for the disrupted librarians

Well, I’m finally done monitoring the website Disrupted Librarians Technology Jester journal. It was really focused on the politics of plagarism. Most of the articles I read were about a huge chunk of money being handed over by some big … Continue reading

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dELiCiouS

I’ve been using Delicious on and off since we got the assignment. I like the site. It’s free, there are all kinds of pictures, and the tags are descriptive. The downfall is that the tags are too descriptive and I … Continue reading

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Delicious accounts, Disrupted Librarians, and Skype

Skype, skype, skype. I absolutely loathe online face chats. I don’t have the equipment, or the time, or the internet available at a convenient time. I understand how it works but want nothing to do with it. Mostly because I … Continue reading

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Disrupted or Obsessing??

I’ve been¬†monitoring the Disrupted Library Technology¬†Jester for the last few weeks, and they don’t update v ery often. When they do I’ve noticed that it mainly focuses on people or companies that are being sued for plagarism, or the constant … Continue reading

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Creative Commons!!!

The photo was taken by Dominic and the license only said Some Rights Reserved If the music works, it’s from Traumedary- HOMF and I found it on Jamba

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Session 5, Google and songs

As I was perusing the web page of the Disrupted Librarians Technology Jester this week I found a few good articles. As lucky as I was to find a few new one’s to myself, I noticed that most were dated … Continue reading

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RSS reaction

I tried the RSS thing. I was really confused and decided to go with the Google Reader because I can at least recognize both of those things lol. It’s definitely new to me but I can see how it could … Continue reading

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