Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Hooray!!!!!!!!!! Hope there's not going to be test!

That was fun! Thanks for introducing me to all these new technologies. Some I will use in the future and some I can't remember how to get back to. But overall it a very enjoyable experience (frustrating at times) but for the most part enjoyable.

#22 Listen NJ

I did it! Listen NJ looks to be a great tool for patrons who like the audio books. Being able to check them out on their own from their own computers to an MP3 player or to be able to burn it to their own CD is very nice.

Thing #21

I had some problems getting some of the podcasts to play. I got this one to play. It's a news cast. I'm sure we've all watched them at one time or another. It's good to be able to get this kind of stuff on a computer anywhere with access.

Monday, May 19, 2008

#20 You tube

If you've never seen this before you will be amazed at this artist. There are a few videos of him on you tube. Be sure to check tham all out.

#19 Web Awards 2.0

I liked Pandora for music. It's like having an i-pod on your computer with a few extra's.
I also liked Wipbox. It gave prices for items on e-bay and Craigslist. It also gave comparisons of the two for an item for average price, high price and what percentage each site had of an item for sale. It was easy to get prices quickly.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

# 18 (almost there)

I liked Google Docs. The similarity to Word was very good. And being able to use it anywhere with net access is great!


That was fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!