I have been wondering for last few days to try blogging using my mobile phone. Blogger.com does offer such a facility. To get initiated, I had to sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org . This email can not be from a web based service thus using operamini was out of question. I had to configure my Sony Ericsson K750i to use Gmail POP facility. I had to google from phone to find settings. It worked in the very first attempt. Mail to email@example.com was successful. As expected an email containning an URL for a new blog and a six digit code was received. All I had do was to visit http://go.blogger.com and enter this code. This became most difficult task for me. I could not do it with my phone. The verification code in the image was the main problem. I had claim my new blog through a PC. While code verification process it allows you change to exiting blog. I am through all the proccess. I am composing this very item on email client of phone. As you are able to read, means I am successful.
Library Juice » Why Web 2.0 is leading back to full cataloging
Free-form tagging has its place, but where consistency and accuracy counts, as it does in many Web 2.0 sites, I think reliance on users will turn out to have been a dead-end, and there will be a new appreciation for our professionalism.
Best Practice Guidelines for Digital Collections at the UM Libraries.
by Yvonne Carignan, Janet Evander, Gretchen Gueguen, Ann Hanlon,
Kate Murray, Jennifer Roper, Tony Ross, Susan Schreibman
Peter Suber, Open Access News
Author addendum is a lawyer-written modification of a publisher's standard copyright transfer agreement, stapled to the original and signed by the author. As a contract modification, publishers may accept or reject it. There are many author addenda in circulation, the most important --in chronological order-- are by SPARC (May 2005), MIT (January 2006), Science Commons (June 2006), OhioLINK (August 2006), SURF-JISC (October 2006), and CIC (February 2007).