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lifehacker tip: “where the web archives are”

Today’s lifehacker feed features some links and clues to “where the Web archives are” — or, those “intriguing resources on the Web… that in the past, could only be found by making appointments in dusty libraries.”

Dusty libraries? Our facilities staff works hard to keep the dust at bay!

But I digress. On with the list, which is compiled by lifehacker‘s weekend editor and Technophilia feature writer, Wendy Boswell

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27 August 2007 Posted by | libraries, links, sites we like, web resources | 1 Comment

2.0 humor

Go to gapingvoid.com… now!I haven’t a clue how I got here, but I spent the sunrise poking around Hugh MacLeod’s gapingvoid blog. MacLeod is a marketing strategist who takes a Web 2.0 approach to winemaking at a South African vineyard. He also works with Microsoft on the Blue Monster cartoon series.

I had a few good laughs with MacLeod’s “cartoons drawn on the back of business cards.” There’s some great 2.0 humor here (and enough discussion about implementation and change to make me look like I’m working productively).

Hmmm… those blogcards could be fun…

22 May 2007 Posted by | play, sites we like, web 2.0 | Leave a comment