David Byrne’s Survival Strategies for Emerging Artists — and Megastars in Wired 16.01.

Dramatic Growth of Open Access: 2007 (Interim) and Predictions for 2008 at Heather Morrison’s IJPE.

Teens and Social Media: The use of social media gains a greater foothold in teen life as they embrace the conversational nature of interactive online media at Pew Internet.

Twitter is dangerous by Michael Krigsman at ZDnet. Mostly paranoid and kinda silly but one I want to remember.

Old buddy Andy Ihnatko’s iPhone Fully Loaded book. He should have been the Fake Steve Jobs. He’s funnier than Daniel Lyons.

eGranary the offline digital library project. Hope to get Cliff Missen the director here as an ibiblio speaker in early February.

4 Responses to “Book marks I don’t want to lose in del.icio.us”
  1. Lose in del.icio.us? Is it going under? I’m confuzeled.

  2. I don’t understand this. Has del.icio.us lost these links? Are they too hard to find? Where are your bookmarks, anyway? (Mine are here: http://del.icio.us/zabouti).

    – ge

  3. Paul says:

    Hee! I forget to refind them in del.icio.us too often, but I will search this blog for them. I keep a ton of links in del.icio.us at http://de.icio.us/smalljones
    Enjoy them if you like.

  4. I think I see the problem: the URL http://de.icio.us/smalljones is missing an “l” and should be http://del.icio.us/smalljones

    See, the social network can solve all your problems!

    – ge

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