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Carnival of the Infosciences # 74

I stayed up until 2 AM finishing up the latest COTI - #74. I hosted this week since there were no volunteers. Please consider participating in the Carnival as a way to point to blog posts that you have enjoyed and benefitted from, or even just to drive up some traffic and exposure to your own blog.

If you have missed any of the hooplah about M. Gorman's newest…


Posted on June 26, 2007 at 12:29pm

Carnival of the Infosciences # 70

Save the Carnival of the Infosciences Well, here we are again ladies and gents, all dressed up and no one to host. It seems that this is the busiest time of the year for everyone in the biblioverse, myself included, but I thought it would be a nice time to host one myself and highlight the best posts and content coming out of the recent Computers in Libraries 2007 conference.

I have been trying to write this for hours and keep getting distracted by Twitter,…


Posted on May 8, 2007 at 11:17am

Live Blog Notes from Ball State University Copyright Conference 2007

Speakers I think that after attending this conference three times that I am starting to get a better feel for Fair Use Analysis.

Not that you couldn't do that after going to just one, but there are so many questions to ask that it takes some time to get a handle on where to start.

That is the great thing about this conference. It gives you the information you need to start doing your own Fair Use analysis.

What strikes me is that evaluation of the myriad factors that…


Posted on May 8, 2007 at 11:03am — 1 Comment

Making Library ringtones

I found a cool site where you can mix your own ringtones and make cell phone backgrounds. Myxer costs nothing to mix and upload. Standard download rates from your mobile service provider apply.

I used excerpts from a Monty Python skit and the 1946 Librarian training film for these two that our library will be offering for national Library week. Feel free to share and use.

You can download them here.…


Posted on April 4, 2007 at 4:11pm

Now taking submissions for Carnival #69

Yet again the carnival travels abroad - this time to The Land of the Long White Cloud, better known as New Zealand. Come on folks - this is an EXCELLENT carnival edition to get included in. I think we can make it a Platinum Collectors Edition. The nice folks writing at Library COGs are now taking submissions.

Act now -…


Posted on April 4, 2007 at 3:09pm

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At 1:35am on May 26, 2009, Mike McQueen said…
Hi Chadwick,
I'm a teacher librarian & recently started a community based blog for getting boys to read - Please send me a friend request if you'd like to network, share ideas, and learn more about getting boys to read.

Mike McQueen

LET'S NETWORK HERE TOO (request me as a friend):
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At 10:28am on May 26, 2007, Janie Hermann said…
Good to see you on here -- and to see photos of your children. They are beautiful. Hope we have a chance to visit in DC.
At 6:26am on May 14, 2007, Peta Hopkins said…
You've been tagged, Hope you don't mind.

blogs that make me think
At 9:24am on May 9, 2007, lorin flores said…
nothing much exciting is happening just but give it some time. thank you for the compliment.:) you know you totally inspired me to ditch the lj and go out into the real world. :)
whazzup with you?
At 11:34am on May 8, 2007, Chadwick Seagraves said…
woo whoo Finals are over the students are gone...
At 3:13pm on March 29, 2007, Martha said…
I'm a PK too.


At 12:34pm on March 29, 2007, Meredith Farkas said…
lol, actually, I have no organizational system for keeping up with things other than my feeble brain. I just started using Outlook's calendar at work this week and I think I'm going to at the very least start making lists and setting deadlines at home because, yes, it is starting to get to be too much.

Sometimes I think about all that GTD stuff, which sounds very cool, but I'd probably spend more time setting it up than I would save with the system. I don't need any more excuses for going to office supply stores... it's like porn for geeks!


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