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  • Free user-contributed repair manuals from iFixIt: Site is still building content but hey…it has the Roomba!
  • Great article for library webmasters from the adaptive path blog: “Six habits for visual designers new to UX design” –
  • ALA’s Statement about FCC modernizing ERATE to benefit libraries (from @ALA_TechSource). I’ll believe it when I see it.
  • 37 Productivity Tips for Working From Anywhere –
  • Blog Post: Practical Open Source Software for Libraries from @nengard:
  • Namechk – Instantly check your username’s availability on dozens of social sites. Grab your identity everywhere now.
  • “8 Villains of Social Media” from @sejournal. Good lessons on what to avoid when you’re posting yourself!
  • Warning signs of information overload
  • Kurzweil’s company’s eBook product, Blio, looks interesting.
  • Check out a FREE Project Gutenberg collection on North Carolina Digital Library website (from @DigiLibraryBlog)
  • Veezle stock photo meta search engine: a great review from Tasha Saecker:
  • The Future Of The Library Is Not The Apple Store (from @ALA_TechSource):
  • The Internet Archive has scanned its one millionth book! Congrats!
  • Open Office splits from Oracle, becomes LibreOffice. Same great software!
  • Review of The Social Network movie from @jeffjarvis: In short, if you know the real story it’s gonna annoy you.
  • From @wired: Scribd added Facebook “Instant Personalization” this week. It’s a privacy nightmare, says @pgcat
  • Why Technology Matters for Children, The Digital Divide (from@librarianbyday):
  • Allen Ginsberg figurine & poetry CD (via @BoingBoing): As a San Francisco groupie & literati, this is a must-buy!
  • Ooooh shiny! Star Wars app pack coming to Verizon 10/4 ($2.99 for photos, live wallpapers, trivia, widgets):

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