Skip to content

Monthly Archives: October 2008

Digitization Organization at Oregon State U.


I came across a very interesting article today by Michael Boock on the organizaation structure at Oregon State University: Boock, M. (2008, September). Organizing for Digitization at Oregon State University: a Case Study and Comparison with ARL Libraries. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 34(5), 445-451. Retrieved October 6, 2008, from Academic Search Premier database. I like […]

Library Usability links: 10/2/08


Activity in the library increases at Wake Forest U. after Starbucks is added. Increased social opportunities cited. The Bibliocommons team describe some of the findings they’ve run across by talking to users. Lots of very interesting points are made. New to me: Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI) which is released under a BSD license and […]

Web Fiction


As a follow-up to a recent post on self-publishing fiction, I just ran across this promising website called the Web Fiction Guide. Here’s a blurb from their about page: It’s free.  It must suck. Fortunately, that’s not true.  Web comics are free, but some of them are better than what you’d get in a newspaper.  […]