By Michael P. Sauers

During this absolutely up-to-date moment version of his renowned 2006 e-book, Michael P. Sauers exhibits how running a blog and RSS know-how will be simply and effectively utilized by libraries and librarians. as well as offering easy-to-follow directions for developing, publishing, and syndicating a weblog utilizing loose web-based prone, software program, RSS feeds, and aggregators, Sauers covers new instruments and providers, introduces various valuable library blogs and bloggers, and incorporates a new bankruptcy on microblogging with Twitter.

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The criteria I use on which titles are kept in the archive is basically: Does this magazine contain information that someone will find useful in two years? In most cases, this includes things like cooking magazines (for recipes), home improvement/craft/sport magazines (for ideas and tips), those useful for research (like Vital Speeches of the Day), and of course, Consumer Reports (we also have a large [donated] collection of National Geographic, dating back to 1911). But the archive has limited space, so it gets weeded every year to make room for new issues/titles.

Featured items include a pen-and-ink brush drawing of conductor Leopold Stokowski by caricaturist Miguel Covarrubias; the score from Bambi, with music by Frank Churchill and Edward Plumb and lyrics by Larry Morey; John Alden Carpenter’s manuscript piano score for Krazy Kat: A Jazz Pantomime; and the movie poster for Walt Disney Pictures Presents Aladdin. Also on view will be items from the Library’s Art Wood Collection of Cartoon and Caricature, the David Raksin Collection of film scores (You can view excerpts, including the cartoons, from his scores for Giddyap and The Unicorn in the Garden) and the Howard Ashman Collection, including the draft script of Disney’s animated film The Little Mermaid and audio of Howard Ashman singing Disney movie songs of his own composing.

It’s absolutely true. A library is a truly amazing service, so amazing that no one could possibly divine all the things it can do for people. We can have wonderful services, but if patrons don’t know about them, the job isn’t complete. 8). 0 technologies I get asked a lot of things via email from librarians, but very few actually make it to this blog. This question was so interesting and probably better answered by the “hive” than just by little old me. I am also curious how others would respond.

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