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Writing a letter to the IRS because they misread $700.00 reported as non-employee compensation to me as $70,000 and are charging me $33,366 in back taxes because of it. Just another day in the life of the Webgoddess.
So, it was the IRS's mistake, it wasn't reported to them wrong? - Christa
Right - I got a copy of the 1099-MISC and it was reported correctly. - WebGoddess
Heh. Nice. - Christa
Good grief. - AHnix (Anna Haro)
Eeep! - vicster.
Whoa - Christina Pikas from iPhone
It seems like someone would check an error that egregious before contacting you. In theory. - Hedgehog
o_O I hope they can sort it out quickly! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Quickly is not a feature of the IRS. The key is to not panic. - Eric - Final Countdown
Mr. The Jason Fleming
I'm trying to test something. Can you tell me if your institution uses OCLC for cataloging but does NOT have a subscription to FirstSearch. THANKS!
We fit that description - JffKrlsn from Android
This is possible? I was under the impression that at least the WorldCat part of FirstSearch (soon to be only WorldCat Discovery) was a required portion of the cataloging subscription. - Holly's favorite Anna
NCLIVE is dropping Firstsearch here so all NC libraries need to decide if they are going to purchase Discovery or not. We are still trying to figure out all the ramifications of this but as far as we can tell No, they aren't reliant upon one another - Mr. The Jason Fleming
Nope, each OCLC service is separate. There is the new WorldShare stuff, where everything is bundled together. But, if you don't do that, you can have a cataloging subscription or an ILL subscription or FirstSearch. Or any combination of them. - Christa
Oooo! Very nice. :D RT @ZackSnyder: There is only one true King. #unitetheseven
Oooo! Very nice. :D RT @ZackSnyder: There is only one true King. #unitetheseven
HELLS YEAH. - Christa
holly #ravingfangirl
Bag of Holding - Con-Survival Edition | ThinkGeek -
Bag of Holding - Con-Survival Edition | ThinkGeek
woot! i will have mine before midwinter. it sold out before i could buy it last time it was available, so i am a happy camper. - holly #ravingfangirl from Bookmarklet
good, then I can look at it and see if I like it better than what I use :) - ~Courtney F
i will gladly show it off. we'll see how i actually like it. :) - holly #ravingfangirl
I'll have to look at the listing when I get home. I came *this* close to buying a Handbag of Holding, but I realized there's no top closure and that's just no good, especially if it rains. Edit: They've added a top zipper to the handbag of holding! Now I have to rethink everything. - bentley
the handbag is pretty great. it's huuuuuuge and almost has *too many* pockets. sometimes it took me forever to find stuff just because i couldn't remember where i'd put it. - holly #ravingfangirl
Son of a bitch. I have the handbag of holding, but the version before they added the zipper to close it. that was the ONE thing I didn't like about it, but i had a gift certificate, and it was on sale for really cheap, so i gave in and got it. Dammit. - Christa
Whelp. The original is still champion. but that is sweet. And the thing holds patches...i am jealous. And you didn't misremember, it hid stuff from you. Mine does it all of the time. - ♫Maurice the Dolphin♫
initial verdict: bigger than i realized (TWSS). don't feel like i am going to be over-pocketed though. and it should hold the tablet easily. - holly #ravingfangirl
My brain is tired this afternoon. What do I need from the grocery store after work?
BEER! (best for tired brainz) - MoTO Boychick Devil
Ice cream. - Christa
got it. beer and ice cream. sounds like a tasty dinner. - ellbeecee
Bread. Dairy. That covers major food groups. - Julian
Only if you make a chocolate stout ice cream float. (which I've actually had.) - DJF from Android
^^THAT. Yum! - Christa
failed at beer and ice cream. won at salted caramel chocolates. - ellbeecee
That's a definite win - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
holly #ravingfangirl
i haz admin privileges on my work computer. *mr. burns hands*
Excellent! - That's So CAJ!
*installs all the things* ;) - holly #ravingfangirl
Jealous. - Christa
benefit to taking over all admin of ILLiad. i'll take it! - holly #ravingfangirl
Reading through the Oscar nominees, it occurred to me that I was nearly to the end (Visual Effects) before I encountered a movie I've seen. I've seen 4 of the 5 nominees for that category and not a single movie in *any* other category. This is just bizarre for me....
Or it just shows how out of touch with normal people that award is. Personally, I don't care who wins any award. I see movies I think I'll like. Awards mean nothing. - Christa
this is me in a few minutes, except not from scratch :) - Starmama
What ya baking? - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Er...candy cane sugar cookie blossoms...? I think that's the name. They're like peanut butter blossoms butneith sugar cookies and candy cane Hershey kisses instead. I'm sure there will be a picture soon :) - Miriella from Android
Oooo...stealing that idea for the holiday food day at MPOW next week! Thanks Merry! - Christa
Here's the recipe I used! I chose it solely for the pretty. Candy Cane Kiss Cookies.~ Festive sugar cookies and chocolate cookies stuffed with a Candy Cane Hers... - they are slightly more complicated than peanut butter blossoms because you actually HAVE to wait for the cookies to cool down a bit AND you have to stick the damn... more... - Miriella from Android
oh, that freezer trick is good to know. I just Googled and found the Hershey's recipe for them, and it doesn't mention that at all. I've made the peanut butter blossoms before. White chocolate melts easier than milk, I guess. - Christa
Awesome. Thanks for the info. I'll bet those are going to be awesome. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Those are so good. We've been making those in lieu of regular peanut butter blossoms for a few years and they are pretty much the biggest hit on the goodie trays. - Hookuh Tinypants
Chris loves sugar cookies so I bet he will really enjoy these when he gets home and sees the rejects :) - Miriella from Android
Dammit, now I want some. - Hookuh Tinypants
Rejects for Chris. He'll be OK with that. #cookies #nomnom
Rejects for Chris. He'll be OK with that. #cookies #nomnom
You always have to taste test a few. - Christa
Rochelle *boom* Hartman
Adult Services Programming Librarian position available at my joint.
No Prezis? - Hedgehog
No Prezis. I have had vertigo and migraines trigger from Prezis. Dumb, I know. - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
Don't be silly, it's not dumb at all. It's a very common problem with Prezi. I'll never use it, because the illness it induces in many people isn't worth the risk of using it. - Christa
Also, no brown m&ms - DJF from Android
It sounds good. If this had been available several months ago, I would've applied. - bentley
"adult services programming" #iam12 - Aaron the Librarian
How about prezzies? - maʀtha
if no prezzies, will there at least be cake? - Aaron the Librarian
Aaron: when I used to do Adult Services Programming, I attended a programming showcase for libraries. When I left the car, I made sure I turned the flyer face down. It said, "Adult Services Showcase." - bentley
*sigh* I told that story wrong. The flyer said, "Adult Programming Showcase." - bentley
Gasp! Our turkey is heartless!
does that make it a zombie? - Sir Shuping is just sir
well, it's also headless, so it looks like we dodged that bullet. - Christa
if it starts talking run! - Sir Shuping is just sir
weird. the one in Chattanooga was out this past weekend. maybe it's a national pickle shortage? - ~Courtney F
That's not funny. - Miriella from Android
I don't like pickles, so... - ~Courtney F
Wut. And we're friends? - Miriella from Android
It's fine. It'll be fine. I'm mostly over it with Holly who doesn't like cilantro. It's fine. ;-) - Miriella from Android
this coming from the person who doesn't like cheese... - holly #ravingfangirl
I've got some homemade pickles in the fridge if anyone wants? - Marie
What holly said ;) - ~Courtney F
cost savings effort? - imabonehead
Cheese is terrible. You people are misguided. - Miriella
Wow. They just tweeted me back and said that an employee found glass in their pickles during prep, so they removed all pickles from all stores. Crazy. - Miriella from Android
huh. I suppose that would be an acceptable solution. - ellbeecee
our Five Guys was out when we went a couple of weeks ago, too, but they didn't tell us why. seems like an extreme response though. just get some new pickles. - Christa
A couple of weeks ago? Dayum. Seriously. Go down the street and get some alternate pickles in the meantime. - Miriella from Android
Shannon - GlassMistress
Got a second? I've received a complaint that my Etsy shop is not showing prices in USD. When I look I see USD ... what do you see?
I think its a setting on the buyers end. Region maybe? - Shannon - GlassMistress
I also see USD, so it's almost certainly because of the user's settings. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Thanks. I'm trying to fish around and see where that setting might be. Havent found it yet and she's convinced its my problem. - Shannon - GlassMistress
Why are you selling in Russian Rubles? (JK) - Joe
Oh lord ... ;-) - Shannon - GlassMistress
Here's how a buyer can change the currency setting they see: - Christa
She now says her region was set to Netherlands ... shrug ... no idea how you do that, lol. - Shannon - GlassMistress
I see USD. Also: *drool* - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Sorrie Stephan!e ... didn't mean to cause a delima :-D - Shannon - GlassMistress
Am I dumb? Why can someone in Canada bid on something that ships to the US only? @eBay
Nope, he wanted it to go to Ontario. Grr. - Miriella
Then he's an idiot. And isn't going to get anything from you. Also, report him to eBay? Did he screw up your auction by bidding on something that he could never get? I hope there's some sort of rules about that? - Christa
yeah, he totally screwed things up. It's alright; it happens. People are terrible about reading. And there are no options in place for additional purchases, so he can't just tack on the extra payment for shipping. - Miriella
holly #ravingfangirl
NOPE. - Corinne L
Absolutely not. - Julian
ewwwww! wth were they thinking with that?? - Sir Shuping is just sir
I'd try it. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
You know what I like? Oreo-flavored Oreos. Big fan. - Hookuh Tinypants
i will admit the more i have of the lemon ones, the more i like them, but i mostly prefer the originals. or sometimes the golden ones. but all these other crazy ones? nah. - holly #ravingfangirl
Also in existence: watermelon. - Julian
Watermelon? That sounds no bueno. How are they? - Marie
I've tried the root beer float, actually have some in the kitchen right now. They're actually good! I don't know how they pulled it off with the cookie in the mix, but they smell and taste just like the real thing. - Christa
I love the lemon Oreos. I had Chips Ahoy with root beer float chips and they were pretty good. I'll try the root beer Oreos if they show up in Grocery Outlet! - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
The !emon ones were good I also had limeade and have pumpkin spice that I have not opened yet - VALZONE#SCREWED
Stuff you can google - Stuff I can google - Stuff you can't google, but I can help you find -- All the Stuff. [EDIT: by Karl G. Siewert]
how should one attribute this image? - maʀtha
Unfortunately, I don't remember where I got it. I thought it was on FF, but I couldn't find it. And I might've renamed it when I saved it, which makes things even more complicated. - bentley
Found it! (That's not where I got it, but this one does have attribution) - bentley
Thank you so much, I was trying to remember this! - Meg VMeg
Be careful - the name is misspelled in the notes. It's Karl G. Siewert, not Siewern. - Christa
Because "I" am more experienced at searches and syntax and The Google. - bentley
Or as Donald Rumsfeld might say, the googled Google, the ungoogled Google, and the ungoogled Ungoogle. - Greg GuitarBuster
Oh wow, I love that. The ungoogled Ungoogle. Maybe pertinent: latest Pew report says "Millennials’ lives are full of technology, but they are more likely than their elders to say that important information is not available on the internet": - Regular Amanda
Mary Carmen
Lunch time poll topic: do you pronounce the words Mary, merry and marry differently?
oui - jambina
Mary and merry are the same. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
Yes, all different. - Mark H
Si - Mair-y, meh-ry and mah-ry - Heleninstitches #teamff
Close enough to the same to not be noticeable. - Jennifer Dittrich
What Jen said. - Spidra Webster
Two out of three (Mary and marry are indistinguishable). - walt crawford
All the same for me. - Stephen Mack
Ditto to Jennifer. - Hedgehog
Nope. - El Conejo Viejo
All the same. - Ken Morley
Pretty much all the same. - Christa
exactly the damn same. like pin and pen - ellbeecee from Android
All the same. - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Differently - MoTO Boychick Devil from Android
Mary is Meh-re, Merry is Mer-re and Marry is Ma-ree - Johnny from iPhone
Mm, Mary and marry about the same. Merry is different. Marie is different as well. - rønin
you are a Long Islander you know how WE pronounce it...the right way ;) - VALZONE#SCREWED
I didn't realize there were different ways to pronounce any of them. - Michael W. May from FFHound(roid)!
They'll all sound the same coming out of my mouth. - Jenny H. from Android
All differently. - April Russo (FForever!)
In my head I do .. Not so sure about my mouth. - Shannon - GlassMistress
Mary Carmen
Now that Mariella is mobile, I find myself saying lots of things I never thought I would say. A small sample:
"Take the wire out of your mouth!" - Mary Carmen
"We do not eat cat food." - Mary Carmen
"Please don't empty the water bowl." - Mary Carmen
"Leave the cat alone." - Mary Carmen
"Can you get out of there by yourself?" - Mary Carmen
"Stay away from the oven!" - Mary Carmen
"Don't chew on my shoe, it's dirty!" - Mary Carmen
"Where did you come from?" - Mary Carmen
"Yes, you spit up. Please stop sitting in it." - Mary Carmen
"You can't have that." - Mary Carmen
I think this answers your previous question. - Christa
"You can't have that." - Mary Carmen
"You can't have that." - Mary Carmen
I think you're right, Christa! - Mary Carmen
Damn kids. :) - Christa
It is pretty adorable when I call her name and tell her to come over to me and she does. - Mary Carmen
"WHEN I'M MOBILE! BEEP BEEP!" - Big Joe Silenced
"@avantgame: ...every single "quote" by me is a made up paraphrase.PLEASE DONT USE QUOTES IF I DIDNT SAY IT? "" #alaac14
Hmm, link not working? - Hedgehog
sorry about that. it got all squished up in Twitter. fixed now. thanks for letting me know! - Christa
Laura Norvig
What am I supposed to do with this old Google poster that explains all of the "nifty modifiers" that they no longer support?
Modify it so it only has current modifiers, or modify it to add new modifiers, or modify it to be for a different service besides Google that has similar modifiers. - OCoG of FF, Jimminy
Most of them are still supported. - OCoG of FF, Jimminy
Send it to the computer museum. - Joe
Hand cross - out the ones that are no longer supported? - Aaron the Librarian from Android
And write RIP on the ones you liked. - kaijsa
And then write: "Everything changes. Ask what's new at the Library!" at the bottom. - Rebecca Hedreen
Which aren't supported any more, anyway? I think I've used most of these recently. - Rebecca Hedreen
"Google is a growing organism" ? - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
actually, it's the + that no longer works. RIP + xxxx also, RIP "quotation marks" - I miss those suckers Every Day. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
I still use quotes, to good effect, in google searches. - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
Seconding Rebecca - is there a good list somewhere of what tricks Google ostensibly no longer supports? - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
You should still use it - there's nothing wrong with that poster. All of those modifiers do still work in Google: and Where did you hear that they weren't supported any more? - Christa
+ doesn't work anymore, for appending terms to a single query, and ~ no longer works. But otherwise it all still works. Also AND and OR aren't as good as they used to be. - OCoG of FF, Jimminy
ah, my bad, yes, one of the items on that poster doesn't work anymore: the ~ . sorry about that. but all of the others do work. - Christa
actually, it's the + that no longer works. RIP + - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Verbatim, hidden under Search Tools / All Results is sort of like the + as it requires All of your search terms be included, exactly as you typed them. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
wow, yes, very hidden there - maʀtha
I think the ~ is now the default. Whether you want it to be or not. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
See Phil Bradley's site for updates that happened at the time. Two weeks before I was due to teach students the relevant Google modifiers. Mid 2011 I think. My notes for students have details of the exact changes if anyone wants me to flick them to them. Quotes behave differently now(eg. Do " around longish search string u know exists in a page & see what is retrieved) - Kathryn is a free elf
It's a breach of trust. I never feel like I have control over my own searches anymore. I'm pining for the fjords. - Laura Norvig from iPhone
I wonder how much of this applies to Google Scholar. - aaron
Pining... like for email? Old Skool - Aaron the Librarian
hmm, nope, not pining for Pine, although I did use it long ago! - Laura Norvig
Nobody elms for the fjords. - Amit Patel
I voted for Carhenge - Alliance, Neb. as the Best Quirky Landmark @10Best. #10BestChoice
I voted for Carhenge - Alliance, Neb. as the Best Quirky Landmark @10Best. #10BestChoice
And that's NOT Carhenge. Sigh. This is - - Christa
I was thinking that was more colorful than my recollection! - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
Saw Capt America last night. STUNNED that 3/4 of the theater left as the end credits started. why would you leave before the movie is over?
You would think that by now people would get a clue about how Marvel does movies. - Katie
Exactly! It's been like 10 years that they've been doing this. How out of touch can you be? - Christa
I left early once, but that was because I'd seen the preview when they didn't have the post-credits bit even filmed yet & had missed that they'd added it in. - Katie from iPhone
Don't jump on every social media bandwagon! Be a Savvy Social Media User -
Don't jump on every social media bandwagon! Be a Savvy Social Media User -
This is why I only use Google+ - kendrak
*snort* :) - Christa
Anybody heard of a group team-building process called "Tuscan Circle"? Paul Signorelli used it once at a NEKLS event and we can't find anything about it online - cod signal time!!
That looks good!! Thanks, Christa! - WebGoddess
That is exactly it - Patti Poe sends you her thanks, too - it was exactly what she needed! - WebGoddess
You're both very welcome. :) - Christa
Looks like a branch just missed falling on my car today. :O #LNK
Looks like a branch just missed falling on my car today. :O #LNK
Well that's a break you deserve! - Stephen Francoeur
The wind was CRAZY here yesterday! I think I walked around my car at least 3 times making sure there really was no damage. - Christa
walt crawford
Honest and ignorant question (coming up). Just read an article about "trade shows," explicitly for librarians and "information professionals," that seems to posit that such shows are basically exhibit halls with a few fringes around them, and that most people visiting the exhibits are decision-making buyers.
My question: Are there library "trade shows" for which this is a fair assessment? Surely not ALA, Midwinter, state conferences, etc., etc. These are conferences that have exhibit spaces--not trade shows with a few meetings (mostly run by exhibitors) tacked on. What am I missing? - walt crawford
That sounds much more like the bookstore trade shows I attended while still in that field, rather than any library-oriented event I've heard of. But since I don't have a travel budget, I'll freely admit to not looking very hard at much of the national offerings. - Kirsten
got linky? - RepoRat
RR: Print magazine; no linky. Sorry. Kirsten: Yes, it strikes me as more typical of bookstore trade shows, CES, all sorts of actual trade shows. I just can't think of any such creatures in the library field, or at least not any I'm aware of. - walt crawford
Hm, okay. I guess I think a fair few people may EXPERIENCE the big conferences as essentially trade shows? Most obviously e.g. those with exhibit-only passes. I've been thinking about this as part of going back to do another chunk of the reskilling book; at least some so-called "professional developoment" isn't. - RepoRat
Walt, we're librarians. Give us a citation and we can look it up. We need the context from the article you're describing in order to answer the question. - Catherine Pellegrino
Grumble grumble grumble. You're asking me to get off my big fat duff and actually do a little work. Why, if I was a proper affluent white male tech pundit, my ignorant opinion would trump any facts, but... (sorry: I've been working on a "Library Futurism" piece and was dealing with TechCrunch just now.) Anyway: - walt crawford
"Making the Most of Trade Shows" by Michael Gruenberg, Online Searcher 38:1, January/February 2014, pp. 58-61. - walt crawford
How is it that I read Online Searcher? Because I used to have a column there and ITI's kept sending it to me. I've learned not to let BQ raise my blood pressure; it's tougher not to let Steve PrivatizeLibrariesNow not do so, but at least he's not in every issue. - walt crawford
I've heard ALA called a trade show. Certainly the assessments that used to happen post conference focused on the exhibit hall as trade show. The exhibit hall is the closest this profession has to a trade show.... - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
Yeah, the exhibit hall could certainly be considered a trade show from the discussion of it in the article, but I'm not aware of anything for librarians that doesn't also have professional development programs in addition to the exhibit hall.... - ~Courtney F
Can we just step back here for a moment and contemplate the irony of a print magazine called Online Searcher? - laura x
totally - maʀtha
Well, noting that it's the union of Online and Searcher--two different magazines--and that it's in its 28th year, yes, I suppose there's irony. Or history. Maybe the two are the same? (Yes, I've heard ALA called a trade show--e.g., by marketing folk at MFPOW. The idea that most folks in the exhibit hall have agendas, have planned their route, are buyers, etc...struck me as simply wrong for ALA, state conferences and the like.) - walt crawford
Fundamentally, I see no more irony in a magazine called Online than I do in a magazine called Conde Nast Traveler or a magazine called TV Guide. Or, for that matter, a magazine called Bon Appetit that isn't edible. - walt crawford
some of the articles are online, like the one that you're talking about: - Christa
In my previous work life, I went to trade shows for the commercial horticulture industry. There were vendors who had booths where you could walk up and learn about the latest widget they were selling. You can do the same with most library conferences. Also, people gave talks about current horticulture trends, practices, and whatnot. If I was to try to put my thumb down on the... more... - Andy
I wonder if they would classify corporate conferences such as Digipalooza as trade shows, too. - Katy S
Andy: To me, the reason I wouldn't call ALA a trade show is because it's not a handful of talks scattered around a big exhibit, it's an enormous number of meetings and programs that also has a medium-sized exhibit. If I was only an exhibitor, on the other hand, I probably would call ALA a trade show and wonder why all these folks who aren't buyers were showing up. - walt crawford
From ALA's perspective, it's a trade show. Except, we would never show up for a trade show, so the only way they convince vendors to provide the bulk of the annual operating cost for the organization is to surround it with things that *do* get us to show up, and also visit the floor. (note: there's some exaggeration in here - but not much) (this comment brought to you by a decade's... more... - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
laura x
The Old Reader wants to start charging me money. What are my other RSS options these days?
I like Feedly... - ~Courtney F
I've been using the Digg Reader successfully for a while. - WebGoddess
I've been using Newsblur quite happily. - lris
I'm using Netvibes. It's ok. They've been around long enough that I don't think they'll disappear, start charging, etc. - JffKrlsn from Android
I use Feedly too - works great. - Christa
Newsblur has been working well for me, but I think I chose it specifically because it cost money. - Catherine Pellegrino from iPod
I use feedly. I gave them money because I get a lot of value from it and they have been developing new things but the free was very useful. - Hedgehog from Android
Do I remember right that you're hosted with Blake? Maybe he could help you get TinyRSS set up on your site. - RepoRat
Feedly's been fine, even if it does make too easy to skip over most stories. (That's my problem, I think, not Feedly's.) - walt crawford
Another vote for Feedly. - Jason P
Been using Newsblur since Reader's announced demise. Has all the same features as google's reader did. I also am a paid subscriber as well as I want it to stick around. - Me
I use Fresh Milk Pro - Soup in a TARDIS
I went to (and paid for) Newsblur and like it very well. - ellbeecee
Who reads feeds anymore? Blogs are dead! Just kidding, I use feedly. - Marie
feedly for me, too - Rachel Walden
digg reader - kristin buxton
i like feedly. i'm one of the original handful who bought a lifetime on feedly because i want them to stick around. i tried fever (you have to self-host it) and it works kinda ok .. i quit the old reader because they were unreliable (and then they were going to shut down, and then not, and then ... ) and i don't have time for this nonsense. feedly works on every platform i use (and i use them all), and if i didn't like the feedly client there are others that will work with the feedly platform. - henry
i used netvibes for a while and it worked well ... and the price was right ... but there were a few ui quirks that annoyed me. - henry
As a front-end reader on Android devices I use, and really like, FeedR (it uses Feedly for syncing). - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Oh, my morning email reminds me that i keep getting spammed by feedspot as well. If you'd like to try them - Hedgehog
I read feeds once or twice a month. Old Reader says I have too many subscriptions. I exported my opml file from there (bottom of the Settings page) and will decide later. :-/ - Amit Patel
Feedly is quite nice for Google Reader style access. Reliable and fast, even with many hundreds of subscriptions. - Todd Hoff
For Google Reader-style I tried CommaFeed, which was good but a bit slow to load, and have now settled on Inoreader, which is great. - Deborah Fitchett
I use Digg reader. It has a very clean interface and is easy to setup - Mr. The Jason Fleming from Android
Are you on the cooking competition tv show Chopped? Congratulations. DO NOT make lentils, rice, or bread pudding. There. Is. Not. Enough. Time.
Shoot. Now what? - Holly's favorite Anna
However, DO make ice cream. the judges freaking LOVE that. - Christa
Thanks for pointing out this app. It amuses me more than it probably should.
what is the app? - Sir Shuping is just sir
weather whiskers (it's listed under iphone apps, but it's fine on the ipad. also an android app. Both free) - ellbeecee
and of course i had to go download it. we're getting 'Snoze' right now. hee. - Christa
sweet! thanks! - Sir Shuping is just sir
♫Maurice the Dolphin♫
Le Signal du Cod: So, anyone have anything to easily create infographics?
this is what I've heard of: no personal experience - Christina Pikas
my infographics students. #NotHelpful - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
I've just begun experimenting with Gliffy, although I have an institutional account to work with. I'll let you know if it ends up being miraculous. - Lily
I've tested out,, and Piktochart: They're all pretty easy, just depends on what you need to do. - Christa
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