Alright, a few things about the video. It is just a mock-up–anything & everything can easily be changed. In no way am I endorsing the name SNAP or a domain name change. I’m just showing what could be. The images I used were from our Flickr group. Many of those images are under copyright. I […]
OK, so I’m fooling around with our site’s name. I’m not very partial to what I’ve named it (i.e. SNAP), but I can’t think of a better way to incorporate both students & new professionals. Could it be because it’s 2:45am? Maybe. SNAP = Students & New ARLIS Professionals
Here are two links that recently stood out since they pertain to our blog project. At this point nobody has proposed doing away with the arlis-student-l. Check out the posts Steven Cohen at Library Stuff and CW, an Australian librarian, are writing about email’s shortcomings.
A new look. What do you think? Contributors are now visible. Plus, the header image may be changed. Ah, personalization–though I still wish we could hack the html ;->
Hello all, I just created a page that is linked thought the Aboutness pane (you can also reach it by clicking on this http://abcs.wordpress.com/aboutness). Let me know what you think. Some things that I wrestled with were… OVERTLY threatening. The way I have it means that posts/comments that would be considered slightly threatening are allowed. […]
I think we should discuss and lay some ground rules down in regards to admin authority/involvement. We should be very upfront to participants how, if any, moderation takes place on the blog. We should indicate whether or not we would ever edit a post We should indicate proper etiquette and repercussions for improper use We […]
I’v never used WordPress before. It’s OK. I like how I can easily tinker around with the template’s html on Blogger (even when its hosted by them). That said, having RSS feeds easily imported & the use of tagging is very helpful. I’m oblivious to any other blogging services out there. Cheers.
Blogs =================================== Yale Art Lbirary http://yaleart.blogspot.com/ Fine Arts Library Bloomington (I think you are probably familiar with this one – hey, artisblog anyone?) http://www.bloglines.com/blog/bbsewell Art Blog: Art exhibition in the Frederick and Kazuko Harris Fine Arts Library http://www.library.ohiou.edu/subjects/artblog/ (these were pulled from http://www.blogwithoutalibrary.net/links/index.php?title=Academic_libraries) Art Institute of Dallas http://aidlibrary.blogspot.com/ Pacific NW College of Art, Fine Art […]