Friday, December 8, 2006


Hooray, I'm done!
I really enjoyed the image generators and LibraryThing, which I still have not done anything else with. I also liked looking at YouTube because the Holiday Hawk commercial is still funny.

One thing I did not like was having to sign up for 3 million different accounts. It was rather annoying.

I think I would do this again, since it was a way to kill time when we are slow and I might win a free laptop.


Net Library is quite a handy thing. I don't really enjoy audiobooks at all, but I can se ehow someone who does would really like this service. The layout is very easy to navigate, however, their collection seems a bit limited, especially as far as youth materials goes.


I'd never really used podcasts before. I added one to my bloglines about Lost, my favorite TV show. I found that a lot of the directories had broken links, or else succeeded in confusing me to death. It took my several tries to find a podcast I could actually figure out how to add to my account. I think I've got the hang of it, now. :)

Podcasts could definitely be used for by libraries. Adding book reviews, etc. to a library website could be a very useful tool for patrons.

Wednesday, December 6, 2006

You Tube

I love You Tube! There is all kinds of great stuff to be found. My favorite, however, has to be the Holiday Hawk commercial for Sierra Mist. Just do a search for "holiday hawk" and it will come right up. Classic.

You Tube can definitely be used by libraries. Ours already does! :D