Our 23 Web 2.0 Things Challenge
1. Set up your own blog on Blogger.com & add your first post.
3. Register your blog by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your blog's URL and begin your Web 2.0 journey. We will then add your blog to our blogroll that you see on the sidebar of this blog so everyone can see what progress you are making.
Done 7/26/07 and again on 9/12/07 (you lost me)
4. Explore Flickr and learn about this popular image-hosting site. Set up an account and join some groups! And remember, blog about what you learn!
5. Have more Flickr fun and discover some Flickr mashups & third party sites.
Yahoo! ID: klelib (use this to sign in)
Jumpcut screen name: klelib
Jumpcut email address: email@example.com
Your public page on Jumpcut is: http://www.jumpcut.com/klelib
6. Look at some of these library websites that are using Web 2.0 to enhance their offerings and create a blog post about anything Web 2.0-related that you think would be useful in your library.
7. Learn about RSS feeds and set up your own Bloglines newsreader account.
Bloglines is reader for RSS feeds.
8. Locate a few useful library related blogs and/or news feeds and add them to your Bloglines account.
9. Sign up for a Twitter account. Track your activities using Twitter for a few days. Think about how Twitter might be useful linked on a library website and blog about your Twitter experience.
10. Play around with an online image generator. Blog about your experience(s).
11. Take a look at LibraryThing and catalog some of your favorite books.
12. Roll your own search tool with Rollyo.
13. Learn about social bookmarking then create a Del.icio.us account and add and tag some Web 2.0 sites.
14. Explore Technorati and learn how tags work with blog posts.
15. Read a few perspectives on Web 2.0, Library 2.0 and the future of libraries and blog your thoughts.
16. Learn about wikis and discover some innovative ways that libraries are using them.
17. Add an entry to Infopeople's Our 23 Web 2.0 Things wiki.
18. Take a look at some online productivity (word processing, spreadsheet) tools.
19. Explore My Maps on Google Maps and create a map for your library and add a picture of it to the map.
Done 9/12/07 Posted on Blogger
20. Discover YouTube and a few sites that allow users to upload and share videos.
21. Discover some useful search tools for locating podcasts.
22. Teach someone else how to use one of the technologies described above and blog about your experience!
23. Summarize your thoughts about this program on your blog.