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I’ve been doing a lot of experimenting with GIS and GPS applications recently. I thought I’d show my latest learning: how to integrate a GPS reciever with a digital camera and Google Maps. Click here for a demonstration on creating … Continue reading
You may notice, a few updated drawings to better reflect my current appearance (more hair on the chin, less on the top, etc.).
Today the MacArthur Foundation is rolling out a big push into digital media and youth. They are working hard to create a field in the area with researchers and practitioners from a wide range of disciplines. I’ve been a part … Continue reading
The Syracuse University School of Information Studies is working with the Onondaga County Public Library and Syracuse University Libraries to create the Library and Information Science Interest Group (LISIG). The goal of LISIG is to bring together: – librarians, – … Continue reading
The public is invited to provide input and feedback on the latest draft of “Participatory Networks: The Library as Conversation,” a technology brief being written for the ALA’s Office for Information Technology Policy. Read the draft, join the online discussion, … Continue reading