Sign in or Join FriendFeed
FriendFeed is the easiest way to share online. Learn more »

amanda etches › Comments

amanda etches
reddit is offline in protest of PROTECT IP and SOPA - http://www.reddit.com/
"submitted by reddit to blog." - amanda etches
amanda etches
Public Groupon Editorial Manual - https://docs.google.com/View...
brilliant web writing, groupon style - amanda etches
amanda etches
Public Groupon Editorial Manual - https://docs.google.com/View...
brilliant web writing, groupon style - amanda etches
amanda etches
IKEA | Bedroom storage | Shoe cabinets | SANDNES | Shoe cabinet with 4 compartment - http://www.ikea.com/ca...
oak veneer - amanda etches
amanda etches
IKEA | Bedroom storage | Shoe cabinets | SANDNES | Shoe cabinet with 4 compartment - http://www.ikea.com/ca...
oak veneer - amanda etches
amanda etches
IKEA | Bedroom storage | Shoe cabinets | SANDNES | Shoe cabinet with 4 compartment - http://www.ikea.com/ca...
oak veneer - amanda etches
amanda etches
Canadian University Hopes to Lead Fight Against High Subscription Prices - Publishing - The Chronicle of Higher Education - http://chronicle.com/article...
Mark Leggott, you're my hero. - amanda etches
For this and a million billion other reasons. - John Fink
amen - jambina
pq: "The librarian estimates that there are some 40,000 science journals published every year; if 3,000 libraries pitched in, he calculates, "then each of them would have to index 15 journal titles."" - Bill Hooker
Actually I suspect you'd want more redundancy than that -- maybe 50% overcoverage, which would mean 20 titles each. Still do-able. - Bill Hooker
amanda etches
Canadian University Hopes to Lead Fight Against High Subscription Prices - Publishing - The Chronicle of Higher Education - http://chronicle.com/article...
Mark Leggott, you're my hero. - amanda etches
amanda etches
share & mark up documents online - amanda etches
amanda etches
share & mark up documents online - amanda etches
amanda etches
Usabilla and Loop11 | UX Magazine - http://uxmag.com/technol...
Usabilla and Loop11: Taking remote research tools on a test drive - amanda etches
amanda etches
Usabilla and Loop11 | UX Magazine - http://uxmag.com/technol...
Usabilla and Loop11: Taking remote research tools on a test drive - amanda etches
amanda etches
amanda etches
"I'm really glad you posted this, David. I couldn't agree more." - amanda etches
amanda etches
amanda etches
"@pcsweeney yeah, the design was in response to a request from Neil G for something t-shirt worthy. however, If you want to crank a few t-shirts out yourself, check with Daniel, the designer. the image is rights-protected, but he might be willing…" - amanda etches
amanda etches
amanda etches
amanda etches
Libraries and Cloud Computing - http://oedb.org/blogs...
presentation by ellyssa kroski - amanda etches
amanda etches
1995: Why the internet will fail - http://threewordchant.com/2010...
Brilliant! - amanda etches
amanda etches
Designing Better Libraries - http://dbl.lishost.org/blog...
"Hi Steven — I completely agree that UX isn’t a “trend” (I said as much during the panel and in my blog post about the session). Really, all that talk about UX was just to frame some honest-to-goodness trends I was/am seeing in UX design. Specifically: the impact mobile devices is having on the way we design for other formats. I couldn’t agree more that UX needs to become part of how we *all* (not just UX folks) think about delivering resources/services/whatever to our users. I appreciate all your posts & articles on the topic — keep fighting the good fight!" - amanda etches
I might write a post on this--I think that most TTTrendsters, in the past, have interpreted "trends" as "things that really matter this year (and maybe in the future)," not as "trendy fads," and I think your selection of UX is solidly in that pattern. It's a definitional issue... [Just left another comment instead.] - Walt Crawford
@Walt - as a total TTT noob, it's good to know that I was somewhat on track in my take on the "trends" part :) - amanda etches
Amanda: As one who deliberately dropped off the panel years before this year's reboot, I thought you caught the spirit of TTT precisely--but that's only my impression. - Walt Crawford
amanda etches
Cornell University - CUbiquitous - Overview - http://www.cornell.edu/CUbiqui...
lifestreaming for a university. neat. like the disclaimer: "A word of warning: There are no editors on the internet. What you see might not always be the best Cornell has to offer." - amanda etches
amanda etches
"huge congrats, Karen! they’re lucky to have you :)" - amanda etches
amanda etches
One Approach to Org Twitter Accounts - http://theshiftedlibrarian.com/archive...
"this is brilliant, thanks for sharing, Jenny. I am so adding this post to my reading list for my social media LIS course *right now*!" - amanda etches
amanda etches
Generates hex codes based on images. - amanda etches
amanda etches
Library Juice Press, LLC : The Politics of Professionalism: A Retro-Progressive Proposal for Librarianship, Dilevko - http://libraryjuicepress.com/dilevko...
chapter 1 - amanda etches
amanda etches
amanda etches
amanda etches
Mobile, @ Your Library: beta - http://www.lib.montana.edu/~jason...
a template for mobile library sites. niiiice. - amanda etches
amanda etches
name one super important/influential/awesome wiki (except wikipedia). GO!
ha! nice. - amanda etches
TV Tropes. - Deborah Fitchett
WoWwiki, Libsuccess.org, wookieepedia. - Jason P
Other ways to read this feed:Feed readerFacebook