Thursday, August 16, 2007

#23 It's about Time!

Over all my favorites were LibraryThing and Youtube. What I feel needs to be improved on is the way it was given to us. Some instructions were very hard to understand. Didn't really know what direction to go. Some only read the info others did all that was required. Too short of time..Maybe in a class with people doing the same thing at the same time so we can help each other. No competition. More as a class

#22-overdrive-net library

I tried a few titles and my titles were not found. Seems like you always have to sign in or register. How many accounts do you need? New titles may not be available.

Monday, August 13, 2007

#21-Podcasting-tools-and how to

I really didn't think that the video made any sense. To me it had nothing to do with what ipoding really is. After, I went to the other sights, I realize just what it is and how to go about being a podcaster. Itunes was okay to. Yahoopodcast sight was easier for me to understand, and told how to.

Week 9-#20-Podcast-Video--downloadable audio

Now this one I really liked. Went to yahoo videos/google videos. I think out of all of them that I viewed, Youtub was the one I would choose to upload videos, and search for old motown videos. This one was okay..

week 8-#18 on-line application/toos/spreadsheets etd...

I looked at the examples of each and noticed how similiar they were, zoho writer, and google docs. Google looks easier to read. Both were about the same. Zoho writer, I couldn't even make an account with them.

Monday, August 6, 2007

#17 Library 2.0 in 15 minutes "wiki"

viewed all liked best 2.0 in 15 minutes. That would of been nice to have seen all of that at the very beginning. Also like bookloverswiki.

#15 Future of Libraries--Web 2.0

This all seems to be taking place at this very moment, however, this only means to me that everyone will be able to get information much faster by clicking-tagging, blogging typing, and etc.....I guess this is fine, but I would at least like to see a real person at some time. Talking to real people and seeing real faces.