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photo credit: cseeman on Flickr As Librarians, we are in the business of information seeking which can be both enjoyable and overwhelming. How many times have you been searching for information on X and come across an interesting article on Y? It is very tempting to start reading the article on Y (which is much […]
Resource Shelf has a post about xFruits free service which allows conversion of RSS feeds to PDF format. xFruits also has a number of other format conversions including: RSS to web, RSS to mail, and Mail to RSS. I have not yet come across a situation in which any of these conversions would be that […]
I just discovered Tiny URL and I love it. I’m probably way behind on the discovery of this tool as I have gotten a few links to tiny urls. For those of you are not familiar with it I’ll give you a “tiny” overview. Copy a url into the box here and your url will […]
David Pogue of the New York Times has a great video introduction to Delicious Library. I really like that fact that you can keep tabs on who you loaned your items to.
I love this article I found via LisNews