Warily, and very belatedly, I am, at long last, an iPhone user.
A little over a year ago, when the iPhone 3GS went on sale for AT&T upgrades, I seduced my husband into getting one for himself. We stood there in the store, fascinated by the slick colors and smooth surfaces of the surprisingly heavy yet slim device, amazed at all the things it was that our “dumbphones” were not. Continue reading
I used the LIS 855 reading journal partly to jumpstart my first attempt at a “professional blog.” I figured that since a major blogging pitfall is failure to actually blog, this would be a good way to establish a firm foundation for what I hope will be my professional blog for years to come. Continue reading
Unit topic: Perpetual Access
- Jennifer Watson (2008) “Preservation Concerns in the E-Resources Environment” in Maria D.D. Collins and Patrick L. Carr (Eds) Managing the Transition from Print to Electronic Journals and Resources. New York: Routledge, pp 45-63.
- Library of Congress Speaker Series: Eileen Fenton “Portico: An Electronic Archiving Service” 45 minute video Continue reading