Karen Blakeman on May 13th, 2010

I have now uploaded the slides for my workshop at the Information for Energy Group (IFEG). As usual, I have uploaded them to several different web sites in case one or more are blocked by corporate firewalls. If you have problems accessing any of the locations, let me know and I’ll sort out some other […]

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Karen Blakeman on May 9th, 2010

Phil Bradley and I are doing a double act on social networking tools tomorrow (May 10th, 2010) at the Dental Librarians Group Annual Meting 2010. My presentation is a run through the tools that I regularly use in my personal and working life. I’ve called it “A day in the life of…” but is really […]

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Karen Blakeman on May 6th, 2010

Tweetminster, Channel 4, The Guardian and the New Statesman are teaming up to map voter turnout in the UK general election today (6th May 2010). See http://tweetminster.tumblr.com/post/568070812/help-us-map-voter-turnout-on-may-6th for details. Twitter users are being asked to tweet #ukvote followed by the first half of their postcode and the information will be plotted on a map in […]

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The deadline for submission of papers for the Online Information Conference 2010 has been extended to Sunday. May 9th. If you have been considering submitting a proposal for a conference paper, a show floor seminar (part of the exhibition) or a  pre-conference workshop, but have no yet done so, now is the time to do […]

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