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Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 06/14/2007

Posted by telecommatt on June 14, 2007

Footnote Blog Annotated Members Meeting at the 2007 ALA Annual Conference

June 12th, 2007
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We will be holding a meeting of members at the 2007 ALA Annual Conference in Washington D.C. on Saturday, June 23, 2007. Footnote members who live in the Washington D.C. area or who will be attending the 2007 ALA Annual Conference, are welcome to attend.

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  • An interesting approach. Someday I’ll have time to test it out…
    – post by telecommatt

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Target : Bell 2-Bike Double-Back Rack Annotated

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SEOmoz’s Web 2.0 Awards Annotated

Over 200 Web 2.0 Sites in 41 Categories

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Getting Real: The Book by 37signals Annotated

  • I swear I Diigo’d this already, but my bookmarks say otherwise. A must read if you’re a small biz/start-up/individual hoping to survive in the world we live in today.
    – post by telecommatt

Every once in a while, a book comes out of left field that changes just about everything.

I’m a small business, what’s Web2.0 and Open Source ever done for me? « Simon Leyland Annotated

  • Great introductory points here. I really like the pairing of web2.0 and open source. He is absolutely correct here. I’ll certainly be paying attention to the rest of this series!
    – post by telecommatt

Over the next few weeks I’ll be working my way through the basis of what has Web2.0 and Open Source ever done for small business.

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