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More Resources


List of Social Networking Sites at Wikipedia

Technorati Searchable Catalog of blogs

Deep Blog guide and portal to quality blogs for newcomers

Using the Internet Articles on Tech Soup, including:

Weblogs [pdf] Chapter excerpt from Keeping Current: Advanced Internet Strategies to Meet Librarian and Patron Needs, by Steven M. Cohen




Go2Web20.net A colorful display of logos of web2 services. Use the purple tabs on the lower and upper left to scroll down and up, or select a tag or sort. There's really a lot here! Thank-you to Peter for finding this.


More information about RSS, Feeds and Newsreaders


Libarian's Internet Index RSS Tutorial



Chris Harris's Tutorial on RSS plus lots and lots of other cool stuff for school and other librarians



RSS for Non-Techie Librarians



Rob Teeter's page with a wealth of information on RSS



Making an RSS Feed step by step



More on MySpace and Social Networking from www.lii.org:


The MySpace Generation   

December 2005 cover story from Business Week magazine



How MySpace Works   

Describes what it "really is, what it can do for you, [and] how it blew past the competition." Also addresses safety issues. From How Stuff Works. 



MySpace, Facebook and Other Social Networking Sites: Hot Today, Gone Tomorrow?   

Text and audio of a May 2006 article From the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.



Internet Evolution: Riding the Waves of "Web 2.0" 

October 2006 report from the Pew Internet & American Life project.


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