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Twitter security settings

An alarming new default on Twitter – anyone can reset your password WITHOUT any authentication, so long as they can access your email address.  To change this, go to Settings and tick the box next to ‘Require personal information to … Continue reading

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Seesmic – managing your social networking

I haven’t had much of a chance to play around with this yet, but a techy friend has just drawn my attention to https://seesmic.com.  It’s a tool that allows you to manage all of your social networking sites in one … Continue reading

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Having a riot with Twitter and Facebook

Last night, due to a broken TV aerial I had an evening of no 24 hour news, but very late I decided to check Facebook. I was very shocked to find news stories of riots that were taking place only … Continue reading

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Report back from: “Pancakes and Mash”, – a library technology ‘un-conference’ at the University of Lincoln on 8 March 2011.

 Mashed Library is about ‘bringing together interested people and doing interesting stuff with libraries and technology’ (definition taken from: http://www.mashedlibrary.com/ ) The keynote speaker was: Gary Green, who is one of the founders of the Voices for the Library (VFTL) campaign … Continue reading

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Twitter for Librarians

Earlier this year Lynn Loudon and Hazel Hall from Edinburgh Napier University surveyed over 300 librarians and their use of micro-blogging tools such as Twitter.  The full article, which is very interesting, can be found at: http://www.soc.napier.ac.uk/~hazelh/esis/Loudon_Hall_Twitter.pdf   To begin … Continue reading

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