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Matt Lisle

Social bookmarking service. Fast tagging and posting to all major Social websites - SocialMarker.com - 0 views

  • Code for blogs and websites If you want to use this button on your blog or website, install our 'All-in-one Bookmarking Button' plugin for WordPress, or simply insert the following code if you don't use WordPress:
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      All-in-one button for social bookmarking. You add it to your site, and users can bookmarks you on a variety of social bookmarking tools... We might wanna consider trying this?
Jade Diaz

ThinkUp - 1 views

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    Open source app that captures/analyzes activity on social networks. An example: http://jasongriffey.net/thinkup/
Matt Lisle

New Tools Hint at an iGoogle Social Network | Compiler from Wired.com - 0 views

  • Google has launched a new developer sandbox for iGoogle gadgets that looks suspiciously like a proto-social networking site
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    Google has launched a new developer sandbox for iGoogle gadgets that looks suspiciously like a proto-social networking site.
Matt Lisle

Linux.com :: Social bookmarking with Scuttle - 0 views

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    PHP/Mysql based social bookmarking platform that can be installed on a local server. Could be cool to have a "LibFaves" service...
Matt Lisle

UM Library: MLibrary 2.0 | Home - 0 views

  • explore new directions for access and services with regard to issues such as library 2.0, social networking, and the future of searching.
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      This site has lots of good ideas... in particular the "Project Share blog" has an idea of using social bookmarking for subject guide pages... a fast/easy way for subject bibliographers to add links to their subject guides... http://mblog.lib.umich.edu/lib20projects/archives/2007/07/delicious_tags.html
swilliams

Igor | Social bookmarking overkill - 0 views

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Matt Lisle

Springshare - Web 2.0 Tools for Libraries and Educational Institutions - 0 views

  •        LibGuides - Knowledge Sharing for Libraries        LibMarks - Social Bookmarking and Tagging for Libraries
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      Came across these SpringShare tools today - LibGuide (for subject guides) and LibMarks (social bookmarking for libraries)... Darthmouth uses LibGuides for their subject guides. http://libguides.dartmouth.edu/ . Looks really cool!
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Jade Diaz

The Mobile Browser Is Dead, Long Live The App - 7 views

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    If we accept this, are there implications for our aim to design a responsive site?
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    Wow, very interesting. The numbers tell the story of the browser use declining. The great increase was social media; people still use the browser on a computer to access the social media site. They don't download a Facebook application to install on their computer-they use the browser. But mobile-wise, that's a different beast. I still think we should create a site that is accessible to mobile devices rather than create an app. I think in the coming years, though, iOS/Android developers will probably be job positions here at UT. Great post, thanks for sharing.
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    I take issue with focusing on the amount of time spent in apps vs. mobile web. If you look at the breakdown, 68% of app time is on pure entertainment activities like gaming, social media and YouTube. Which makes total sense that people spend a disproportionate amount of time on those things. Plus that guy looks really annoying!
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    RE: Mason-Good points, Señor Mason. But using inflammatory titles gets people reading. My next post will be "LIBRARIES ARE DEAD-EVERYTHING IS ON GOOGLE, ANYWAY".
Aaron Choate

The Social OPAC - 0 views

shared by Aaron Choate on 15 Nov 10 - Cached
Jade Diaz

Binghamton Univ. Libraries: Social Software Policy - 0 views

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    Interesting example of an overarching policy for all blogs, wikis, photo sharing, etc
Matt Lisle

Diigo User Communities ~ Stephen's Web ~ by Stephen Downes - 0 views

  • It was like a tidal wave over the weekend as large segments of the edublogosphere discovered the social networking and resource sharing site Diigo.
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    Looks like Diigo is getting pretty popular...
Matt Lisle

University Web Developers - 0 views

shared by Matt Lisle on 25 Mar 08 - Cached
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    Social network site for University web developers... includes a subgroups that might interest us (including groups for Drupal, CMS, Sharepoint, etc) - http://cuwebd.ning.com/groups
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