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“Blogs, Wickis and Other Stuff”

Getting started with RSS http://frl.bluehighways.com/frlarchives/000123.html

Blogs

Library Stuff http://www.librarystuff.net

LISNews http://www.lisnews.com

Resourceshelf http://www.resourceshelf.com

The Shifted Librarian http://www.theshiftedlibrarian.com

Librarian.net http://www.librarian.net

Swan TAFE http://www.blogger.com/posts.g?blogID=30672805

http://www.icvet.tafensw.edu.au/resources/blogs.htm Updated by Steven Parker, TAFE NSW Illawarra Institute

How to Start a Blog
http://www.windley.com/essays/2004/how_to_start_a_blog.shtml

Blog Software Breakdown —

http://www.asymptomatic.net/blogbreakdown.htm

Why and How to Use Blogs to Promote Your Library’s Services —

http://www.infotoday.com/mls/nov03/fichter.shtml

Overview of the Weblog Tools Market — http://tinyurl.com/67bpn

Weblogs: Do They Belong in Libraries? —

http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/area-dna-155ue40/public-libraries/

Time to Check: Are You Using the Right Blogging Tool? —

http://www.ojr.org/ojr/stories/050714gardner/

Blogs for Libraries —

http://webjunction.org/do/DisplayContent?id=767

Dr. L. Anne Clyde’s Internet Courses: Weblogs —

http://www.hi.is/~anne/weblogs.html

Blog Glossary — http://www.samizdata.net/blog/glossary.html

BlogBib — http://blog-bib.blogspot.com/

Blog search

Searching weblog content.

Feedster http://www.feedster.com
Blogdigger http://www.blogdigger.com
Blogstreet – http://www.blogsteet.com
Waypath http://www.waypath.com
Daypop http://www.daypop.com

Web 2.0 websites http://2.0websites.com/

Meebo Instant Messenger http://www18.meebo.com/index-en.html

Wikis

Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki http://www.libsuccess.org/index.php?title=Main_Page

The Shifted Librarian Wiki http://theshiftedlibrarian.pbwiki.com/

WikiMatrix allows you to put wikis against each other and get side by side comparisons. Plus, there are forums and articles that will help in the decision making process as well as assistance throughout the early stages of your “wiki-ing”.
http://www.wikimatrix.org/

Social Networking

Flickr http://www.flickr.com/
Deli.cio.us http://del.icio.us/
Wink http://wink.com/
LibraryThing http://www.librarything.com/
Stumbleupon http://www.stumbleupon.com/

From The Shifted Librarian blog

Flickr Explained for Librarians

By Jenny

If you’re doing a Learning 2.0 initiative, implementing an emerging technologies committee, or just trying to help your colleagues keep up, check out this article by Connie Crosby about Flickr, which includes this excerpt from an interview with Michael Porter.

Flickr is the Web Photo Tool Preferred by Superheroes and Librarians

“The ability to easily comment on and discuss images, put them in subject specific groups and have discussion threads within those groups makes Flickr much, much more than simply photo sharing. It actually helps deliver some of that ‘promise of the Internet’ we’ve always wanted more of. Understanding Flickr and all of its features (like groups, mapping, commenting, setting friends, tagging, etc) is also one of the very best ways to get a grasp on all of the “2.0” business that seems to be all the rage in library (and other) circles now. There is a reason you hear that ‘2.0’ term all the time at conferences and in professional publications and ‘getting’ Flickr can be an amazingly fun, practical, engaging and psychologically rewarding ‘Library 2.0’ learning experience.”[LLRX.com]

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