Program: Next Stop Blogging

Despite the crowded Monday 10:30 a.m. time slot, this program was packed to the gills, with over 160 in attendance and many more possible attendees who wandered up and then away as they saw how full the room was. My notes are spotty as I ran out of the room a couple of times for […]

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The ALA Cone of Confusion

This is the part of the conference where someone usually says, “Well… not too many posts yet on the LITA blog, ay?” And I usually mumble something like “soon you’ll see more,” and then the posts do indeed show up. My own reality is that within hours of arriving at ALA I am flying over […]

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Flickr with LITA!

Ladies and gentlemen, charge your camera phones! Any erstwhile bloggers, LITA Exec/Board types, sundry LITA members, or staff who would like to post to LITA’s Flickr account, give me or Michelle Boule a holler. We have a special email address you can use for posting (good for cameraphones), or you can send pix to the […]

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Podcast Test

We’re testing the LITA blog to make sure our feeds properly handle media enclosures (podcasts and whatnot). The podcast isn’t very interesting, but here it is: LITA Blog Podcast Check. It should show up in your aggregator, and the label is probably “enclosure.”

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Big Thanks to BIGWIG Machers

Michelle Boule, LITA Blog Scheduling Maven, has again done a great job (and keep those Midwinter posts coming fast and furious, folks!). We had dozens of high-quality posts which serve as info-tainment for current LITA-lubbers, lure for LITA wannabes and maybes, and a convenient archive for ensuring that usefully incriminating evidence such as past guesswork […]

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LITA Blog Combined Feed

Sing ho for Kevin, Kevin ho! Last fall, Kevin Clarke set up a combined RSS feed for the LITA Blog that updates when a comment is added to a post (as well as when a post is added), and it’s truly RSS-alicious. If you want to follow the various comments and kibitzing–and let’s face it, […]

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