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I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/3ofBN6XQZD Dallas: Bigger Than Ever - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/3ofBN6XQZD Dallas: Bigger Than Ever
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I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/3ofBN6XQZD Dallas: Bigger Than Ever - greg hardin
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Explaining the Science of Library Science « Hack Library School - http://hacklibschool.wordpress.com/2012...
RT @hacklibschool: MT @ewillse: Good read for #libraryscience students & #librarians Explaining the Science of Library Science http: ... - greg hardin
greg hardin
Making your publications open access - http://crln.acrl.org/content...
It has now been more than a decade since the Budapest Open Access Initiative coined the term open access (OA) and united a movement to free scholarly literature from access barriers. Incredible progress has been made in this time with the launching of thousands of OA journals, open repositories, and mandates from institutions, funders, and various levels of government in countries around the world. The momentum only seems to be increasing in recent years. OA is now considered to be inevitable, with one prediction estimating that it will be the dominant model for scholarly literature in the next decade.1 This guide is intended to be a practical tool to help busy researchers, and the librarians who support them, make the transition to OA. The focus herein is on freely available online resources that will assist in making research publications OA; the closely associated, and rapidly growing, area of research data is beyond the scope of this column. - greg hardin
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Reference: “Making Your Publications Open Access: Resources to Assist Researchers and Librarians” | LJ INFOdocket - http://www.infodocket.com/2013...
RT @infodocket: Reference: “Making Your Publications Open Access: Resources to Assist Researchers and #Librarianshttp://t.co/PPmS6Hib7T @… - greg hardin
greg hardin
glitch images drag an image into the browser window to modify it. this script corrupts some bytes in a jpg image. because of the way jpg encoding works, the corrupted file still shows something. inspired by soulwires experiment in flash. this experiment was created by georg. you can follow him on twitter or explore the source code on github. if you like this one, you can check out some of his other javascript experiments. - greg hardin
greg hardin
Logdown, blog things with Markdown - http://logdown.com/
Simple blog, with Powerful syntax Logdown is a platform dedicated to only one thing: Blogging on Programming With simple, smart and elegant interface, people can concentrate on writing, not formatting. It also support GFM(Github-Flavored Markdown), the hacker's favorite document format. With in-editor preview, you can write technical blog with ease. If you are mathematician, we support Latex syntax as well. With our powerful editor, you also can blogging with pitucres with the most amazing user expienece. Be sure to try out TODAY! - greg hardin
greg hardin
Love! @AustinMusicMap from @KUTaustin - mapping the sonic geography of great music from Austin http://t.co/G14gkSZB7W - greg hardin
greg hardin
Libraries urged to participate in first Digital Inclusion Survey | American Library Association - http://ht.ly/oTm84
RT @ALA_TechSource: Libraries urged to participate in first Digital Inclusion Survey http://t.co/OTxWAXEcFW - greg hardin
greg hardin
Censorship and Invisibility: A Boomer Perspective | Barbara Jones - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/barbara...
RT @ebrary: RT @huffpostbooks: The ALA on the importance of Banned Books Week http://t.co/qK6Wvj8AFi - greg hardin
greg hardin
Book News: 'Captain Underpants' Tops List Of Most-Challenged Books : The Two-Way : NPR - http://www.npr.org/blogs...
RT @CambridgeMatrix: Book News: 'Captain Underpants' Tops List Of Most-Challenged Books via @josephjett #books http://t.co/2FM7QsvKil - greg hardin
greg hardin
Four Simple Ways to Improve Your Day - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education - http://chronicle.com/blogs...
Four Simple Ways to Improve Your Day http://t.co/yUVfNGdOCQ by @NMHouston @Chronicle @ProfHacker - Breathe, smile, walk, stand w confidence! - greg hardin
greg hardin
EduPunks – is a sortable database of educational resources from the Edupunks’ Guide and around the web. If you are looking for either an online or offline education resource, this page has some excellent links to choose from, such as MetaFilter, TED, and Google Code University. - greg hardin
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greg hardin
Aleks Krotoski : Academic, Media, UKTI & Personal — Untangling the web Posts (page 1 of 18) - http://alekskrotoski.com/tag...
Enjoyed @GuardianTW podcast http://t.co/uxAvSrlj2U w @AleksK talking about her new book 'Untangling the Web' http://t.co/kWOsAoxMKU #toread - greg hardin
greg hardin
Tech & Science Weekly podcast: Untangling the web – relationships, celebrity and privacy | Science | theguardian.com - http://www.theguardian.com/science...
Enjoyed @GuardianTW podcast http://t.co/uxAvSrlj2U w @AleksK talking about her new book 'Untangling the Web' http://t.co/kWOsAoxMKU #toread - greg hardin
greg hardin
Oak — Plain text outliner - http://oakoutliner.com/
Oak is a plain text outliner that works in your web browser. Type your ideas and indent with tabs to create your outline. Then use Oak to efficiently view and work with it. There’s a lot more in the user’s guide. Use Oak to: Take notes Plan events Track projects Make todo lists Schedule your day Organize your writing And more! Oak is a work in progress. Right now we are focusing on the basic text editor. Later we expect to build Oak out into a full web app that saves your outlines in the cloud. - greg hardin
greg hardin
CloudConvert - convert anything to anything¬es - https://cloudconvert.org/
greg hardin
Shelf-talkers: Kickstarting a new library journal | PWxyz - http://blogs.publishersweekly.com/blogs...
RT @naypinya: I think librarians should start their own publication, of and for themselves - how and why: http://t.co/vZQbtzi7Hm - greg hardin
greg hardin
Make It New? A dh+lib Mini-Series ← dh+lib - http://acrl.ala.org/dh...
RT @DHandLib: Make It New? A dh+lib Mini-Series ← Responses to JLA issue on #digitalhumanities + #libraries http://t.co/LCH0vtPcFQ - greg hardin
greg hardin
resources ← dh+lib - http://acrl.ala.org/dh...
New to the digital humanities? Not sure where to start? This is where we’ll compile beginner resources for librarians new to DH. where the digital humanities and librarianship meet This website grew out of stirrings on the ACRL Digital Humanities Discussion Group (DH DG) listserv and a desire to create a more public venue for discussion. It aims to provide a communal space where librarians, archivists, LIS graduate students, and information specialists of all stripes can contribute to a conversation about digital humanities and libraries. - greg hardin
greg hardin
North Dallas Neighborhood Alliance Web Site - http://www.ndna-tx.org/Default...
The North Dallas Neighborhood Alliance, is a non-profit organization formed in 1981, to support and represent the Homeowner and Neighborhood Associations in North Dallas. The goal is to foster a quality of life that is beneficial to homeowners and the City of Dallas. Purpose The Alliance aims to help protect and enhance the neighborhood concept; to encourage, communicate, educate, share information, exchange ideas and promote a better quality of life; and to promote neighborliness and pride among residents. We provide education, information and assistance to individual homeowners wanting to form a homeowners’ association while also helping existing homeowners’ associations and neighborhood alliances. The NDNA represents the collective North Dallas neighborhood associations and serves as one voice for the many North Dallas associations. Our goal is to insure residents’ views are raised responsibly and clearly to officials and governmental bodies representing this area. - greg hardin
greg hardin
Twitter analytics - http://ads.twitter.com/
Twitter has quietly opened up its various analytics tools to the public, giving everyone access to in-depth data about the people and brands who follow them, as well as the performance of their most recent tweets. - greg hardin
greg hardin
Best Uses for Your Local Library (That Aren't Just Books) by @ocentertainment via @lifehacker http://t.co/bG3ajZMWgt HT: @brewinlibrarian - http://lifehacker.com/the-bes...
Best Uses for Your Local Library (That Aren't Just Books) by @ocentertainment via @lifehacker http://t.co/bG3ajZMWgt HT: @brewinlibrarian - greg hardin
greg hardin
You commit three felonies a day - http://kottke.org/13...
RT @kottke: You commit three felonies a day http://t.co/6ie1ksSk0z - greg hardin
greg hardin
Photo by ghardin • Instagram - http://instagram.com/p...
@hurstej El battalion needs your support for the US Open Cup game. FCD 1 - HOU 0 @ half @ FC Dallas… http://t.co/7xfDcGQXMf - greg hardin
greg hardin
ZURB – Interaction Design and Design Strategy - http://www.zurb.com/playground
Creative Experiments from ZURB. Welcome to the ZURBplayground where we share creative interaction design tools and experiments from the design and engineering teams here at ZURB. We create tools, implementation examples, and other interesting projects that help people design for people. - greg hardin
greg hardin
GetGlue - Your app for TV, Movies, and Sports - http://getglue.com/sports...
greg hardin
NSA surveillance, as told through classic children's books http://t.co/7WHBimBUoO via @guardian - greg hardin
greg hardin
American taxpayers spend over $100 million a year to fund the Congressional Research Service, a "think tank" that provides reports to members of Congress on a variety of topics relevant to current political events. Yet, these reports are not made available to the public in a way that they can be easily obtained. Open CRS provides citizens access to CRS Reports that are already in the public domain. CRS Reports do not become public until a member of Congress releases the report. A number of libraries and non-profit organizations have sought to collect as many of the released reports as possible. Open CRS is a centralized utility that brings together these reports. Unfortunately, there is no systematic way to obtain all CRS reports. Because of this, not all reports appear on the Open CRS web site. We believe that it would be far preferable for Congress to make available to the public all CRS Reports. - greg hardin
greg hardin
RT @androidrian: @TechCrunch We Asked For This http://t.co/QFwZ6qnIwN @doctorow you've tried to tell us but would we listen? - http://techcrunch.com/2013...
RT @androidrian: @TechCrunch We Asked For This http://t.co/QFwZ6qnIwN @doctorow you've tried to tell us but would we listen? - greg hardin
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