Thursday, November 30, 2006

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Darren Barefoot: A New XML Document?

"What miniscule segment of all Word users ever want to create a new XML document? What fraction of Word users even know what an XML document is? And what self-respecting XML-savvy person would ever choose Word to create XML documents, anyway? This is classic feature bloat at its worst."

That would be the top of the nail Darren's hammer just hit. :-)

Have a Blawg But Not a Feed? Reconsider, Please.

Trends in the Living Networks: The Web 2.0 Revolution: keynote speech

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Larry Bodine:: Most Firms Spend 15% on Online Marketing

"Professional services firms spent 15% of their marketing budgets on websites and other online marketing activities in 2005, according to a Forrester Research study. "

Friday, November 24, 2006

Creating Advanced Custom Search Engines

Gerry Riskin on Delegating - Ask the delegatee for ideas

Thought Flickr's : Best of 2006 !!

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

California Supreme Court Rules on Web Comments

"The California Supreme Court said yesterday that Internet publishers could not be held liable if they posted defamatory comments written by others..."

Larry Bodine - Your Blog May Be Dead

For the full story, see

Lots of good advice in there.

Larry Bodine - Your Blog May Be Dead

For the full story, see

Lots of good advice in there.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Library science examines future tech

'Library building is up, book circulation is up. If anything, the Internet is cutting into television time,' Abram said.

Internet Librarian International 2006: Presentation Links

Law Practice Today | RSS Resources You Can Use: Automated Web Surfing for Lawyers

Monday, November 06, 2006

the [non]billable hour: Some Times You Just Have to Bucket.

Friday, November 03, 2006

The Google (Generation) Divide - Library Journal

"Those who made it to top spots, most of them after years of struggle against the same resistance to change, either forgot their frustrations on the way up or want newcomers to go through the same pain they did. It sometimes looks like an initiation rite, since there is rarely any right or wrong in this struggle."

Domain Registration and Mapping «

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Connie Crosby: CCH eMonthly - Law Librarians Debate Student Research Skills