Tag Archives: overdrive

season wind-down

I’ve been doing a lot of winding down in preparation for getting ready for holidaytime and all the rest. Here are some things that I found very useful that can not be explained in 140 characters. Sorry it’s taken a … Continue reading

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sony reader works with ebooks and libraries, sort of

The new Sony Reader, the biggest competition to the Kindle, is supposedly going to be able to check out digital books from libraries that use the Overdrive service. I guess this begs the obvious question: why go to the library … Continue reading

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two links from the internet and one from my life

BOFH stands for Bastard Operator From Hell. This entry is about vampire librarians, or something. Can architects save librarians from the Internet? Slashdot talking about Slate. ListenUpVermont, a project to get participating Vermont libraries together to be able to lend … Continue reading

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artificial scarcity of audiobooks

John Miedema, one of the Slow Library posse, has an excellent blog up called Slow Reading. He’s been talking about audiobooks lately and his recent installment concerns the patron experience with digital audiobooks. His library uses Overdrive. He is techie … Continue reading

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my first audiobook – a day in the life

I had a long day at work today. I went to teeny library number one and noticed their Internet wasn’t working. Apparently it had been down for days, a service guy was on the way. I climbed around under the … Continue reading

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