Wednesday, April 2, 2008


I have created an account with MySpace as part of Blue 2.0 training. The URL is

MySpace is similar to Facebook in that there is a connection with friends. I am still learning how to navigate MySpace. Check out my page.


I have set up my Facebook account for the Blue 2.0 training. So far, it has been very interesting to see who knows me. Facebook could easily be adapted for professional use among library staff. It could replace email. Below is the link to my profile:

I hope that link works. Cheri Daniels sent me a cupcake. Those are the best kind-no calories!
Learning Facebook has been fun.

Friday, March 21, 2008


I am running slightly behind on my Blue 2.0 assignment for these two weeks. I have created an account with Flickr. That was easy because I already have an account with Yahoo! All of the pictures I have taken with my digital camera are on my computer at home. So, it is time to take some fun work home with me. So, stay tuned for a picture to appear.

Friday, March 7, 2008

Photo Spread Effect Generator

I have been playing with the Photo Spread Effect Generator. I used the picture of Scratch sledding in front of Young Library one snowy day.

Then changed it to this using the Photo Spread Effect Generator.

Pretty neat! huh!

Friday, February 15, 2008

I enjoyed the time spent in the site this morning. It is interesting to see what other people are bookmarking from the web. It is amazing, and somewhat overwhelming, how much information is on the web. It is probably more information than the human brain can hold. will be useful for librarians as they organize database sites, search engines, and general information.

Social Bookmarking

This morning I created my account in the site for the Blue 2.0 training. I found this to be a very interesting site. This site would be very useful for libraries and librarians as links to important databases could be placed on it as a bookmark. The link to my bookmarks is:

Friday, February 1, 2008


This morning I created a Wiki. The link to it is:

I do not agree with the statement that "Wikis are as easy to create as a peanut butter sandwich". Even peanut butter sandwiches can be sticky at times. Creating the wiki was not very easy. At times, I felt like I was stuck in a loop.
However, I believe Wikis would be useful for project management in libraries as others could add to the post.