Pew Internet Research has determined that 73% of adults who are online use social networking tools, with Facebook retaining its position as the dominant platform. The number of users expanding into other sites such as LinkledIn, Pinterest and Twitter is increasing – close to 42% use multiple sites! These numbers are bound to grow as […]
When I covered free WordPress themes in my quest to find a look and design for Library Currents, one thing that I did not account for was how the code was written to allow for W3C compliance in both HTML and CSS code. More simply put, I should have tested W3C compliance using a […]
Some of my acquaintances created this gorgeous Christmas tree using books and stringed lights! I was floored by how simple, yet elegant it came out. Wishing everyone a very merry Christmas and Happy Holiday season!
With the Fall Semester at San Jose State University coming to a close, the Library Currents graduate project is completed, but the blog will continue on! Working with Michael Stephens and utilizing his planning templates was an exciting process as I watched the idea for Library Currents come to fruition! As part of the deliverables […]
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