Category Archives: Start the Week

Start the Week – 5 December 2011

Start the week is going on a break until 2012. I leave you with: The Next Level of Facebook Etiquette: Public Meltdowns and Poking a Dead Person. A very good piece on Facebook, and maintaining an online presence generally. “Facebook … Continue reading

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Start the Week – 21 November 2011

Bits and pieces this week: A really good little content curation primer – in case you were wondering what this new buzz phrase is all about? Using IFTTT for alerts in libraries – paper from the recent Library 2.011 conference … Continue reading

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Start the Week – 14 November 2011

I discovered the SLA Future Ready 365 blog a little while ago. Although it’s a US organisation, much of the content is relevant to Australia, such is the nature of the Internet. A recent post, Getting the Most from Social … Continue reading

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Start the Week – 7 November 2011

Content curation appears to be all the rage at the moment, so I thought it would be good to highlight a couple of sites offering that service. First up is Paper.li which let you create a daily ‘newspaper’ sort of … Continue reading

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Start the Week – 31 October 2011

Apologies for the lack of post last week, but we’re back! It seems a little early for Best Of’s, but Time Magazine doesn’t care about that. Here are: the 50 Best Websites of 2011 the Best Blogs of 2011, and … Continue reading

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Start the Week – 10 October

Radio National’s background briefing has run a couple of interesting stories on Internet security issues recently: The mobile payments push – discussing all things eCommerce, and Don’t trust the web – focusing misinformation and deception Here is an interesting take … Continue reading

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Start the Week – 3 October

Some book related links this week: BookLamp aims to match you with authors you might like based on the charateristics of books you already enjoy. In true 2.0 style it’s in Beta at the moment, but definately worth a look. … Continue reading

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