Project Omeka is a free, flexible, and open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions. Its “five-minute setup” makes launching an online exhibition as easy as launching a blog. Omeka is a Swahili word meaning to display or lay out wares; to speak out; to spread out; to unpack. Omeka falls at a crossroads of Web Content Management, Collections Management, and Archival Digital Collections Systems: Omeka is designed with non-IT specialists in mind, allowing users to focus on content and interpretation rather than programming. Until now, scholars and cultural heritage professionals looking to publish collections-based research and online exhibitions required either extensive technical skills or considerable funding for outside vendors. Funders Omeka has received funding from the following federal agencies and private foundations: How Might You Use Omeka? Download a Feature List . Major Partner: Minnesota Historical Society
Facebook 25 Facebook Tips and Tricks you should be aware of 1. Hide Your Online Status From Selected Friends: So you want to use Facebook chat but don’t want some people to see your online status? Once the list is created, add those friends to the list that you want to appear offline to. 2. If you are like me, you often get annoyed by the dozens of silly applications that people have added to their profile. 3. Want to display your Facebook status updates on your WordPress blog? 4. No need to go to Facebook.com if all you want to do is use Facebook chat. 5. If you are a firefox addict you don’t need to use any other software to update your Facebook status. 6. Easily create a photo collage from profile pictures of all your Facebook friends using a simple Facebook app called Photo Collage. 7. A great tutorial by Tim Watson walks you through the process of hiding specific actions from your status updates. 8. If you want to schedule your Facebook messages to be send sometime in the future, Sendible is a great tool to do that. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.
HOW TO: Make Facebook Your Company Newsroom Josh Peters is a freelance social media consultant who has been deeply involved in the research and application of social media for several years and is the co-author of TwittFaced. He blogs at Shuaism and would love to connect with you on Facebook, LinkedIn, and/or Twitter. Having an online newsroom for your company is a very important way to provide information about your business for customers, bloggers, and journalists. Through a well put together newsroom, you can control the story in order to make sure news about your company reflects what you want out in the public. Unfortunately, most corporate newsrooms are boring, static, and sometimes days late getting info up. Facebook Fan Pages are perfectly suited for use as company newsrooms because they have a low barrier of entry, high visibility, numerous customization and automation options, and can be put together in an afternoon. Basic Setup 1. Pulling in News Facebook Notes - This is a default app on your Fan Page.
An expert's guide to YouTube | Webware In the past, we've done Newbie's Guides for certain services, but we wanted to switch things up and really dig into a product's advanced features. Video-sharing site YouTube is the perfect service to start with because it's massively popular and incredibly simple to use, but also has a few powerful features that are tucked away. This guide is to help you learn how to use some of these advanced features and to serve as a simple reference page. For the sake of simplicity, we're only covering searching, viewing, and sharing. Searching Using YouTube's search tool: YouTube's search engine works a lot like Google's. Limit to words in the title. Exclude a term. Play the wildcard. If you can't remember these off the top of your head you can find them in YouTube's advanced search box, which shows up as an option in the results of any completed search. Search and browse with your eyes. The YouTube search Firefox add-on. Viewing Sharing Here's a video of how to do it:
Comment veiller sans flux RSS : 15 outils Lorsque l'on met en place une stratégie de veille, et encore plus sur le web dit 2.0, l'on est parfois confronté à la problématique du : comment surveiller une source qui n'a pas de flux RSS ? Voici une sélection de 15 outils qui pourront vous permettre de pallier à ce problème Que ce soit certains forums, sites d'avis de consommateurs, commentaires ou tout simplement la plupart des sites web « 1.0 », il arrive souvent que l'on ne puisse pas suivre de manière efficace (et encore plus actuellement avec la notion de temps réel) les modifications et ajouts d'informations sur ces pages sans flux RSS. Voici donc une sélection d'outils (non exhaustive bien entendu) permettant de veiller sur des sources sans flux RSS. Ces outils sont classés selon 4 typologies : ==> Les outils de création de flux RSS ==> Les outils d'alertes mails ==> Les PlugIns pour navigateurs ==> Les outils de surveillance Les outils de création de flux RSS ==> Ponyfish Cet outil en ligne (gratuit) fonctionne très simplement.
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HOW TO: Use Facebook for Professional Networking Boris Epstein is the CEO and Founder of BINC, a Professional Search Firm that specializes in the Software Marketplace. Boris shares his thoughts about the recruitment industry, job hunting and career advice at AskBinc.com. Ask anybody why they use Facebook, and most people will respond with reasons like staying in touch with friends, or being able to share pictures. Facebook, after all, has 250 million active users compared to about 44 million for LinkedIn, and even though the atmosphere is clearly not as focused on business, there are still a ton of opportunities for professional networking that business users would be remiss to pass up. In this post we’ll talk about how to setup your Facebook for professional use, how to find others to network with, Facebook features that work for professional networking, and ways to maximize the value from those features. Setting up your Facebook for business networking Here’s how to split the two. Using Facebook groups for networking Finding groups
Mobile Twitter Guide - How To Use Twitter From Your Mobile Phone What can I say, I leave the country for a couple of weeks to attend my gran’s funeral in Nigeria and I return to find the UK taken over by tweetfiends Twitterholics! Only kidding of course. On a more serious note, Twitter is weaving its way into the US Congress, much like it is making its mark on UK parliament. Lots to say and report on as far as Real Fresh social media projects is concerned but in the mean time, here’s a post I sent to Chinwag’s incredibly active WebTV list on how to set up your mobile phone to use Twitter a while back. It appears quite a few (non-techie) people are flummoxed about how to set up mobile phones to enable Twittering on the go. All this talk of helping online journalism students learn Twitter using the (nifty) #twask hashtag inspired me to dig this out from my inbox and post it on the web. Hope it helps someone. Here we go…. Twittering from an iPhone Tweetie – costs $2.99 Twinkle – free Twittering from any mobile phone Quick guide to using Twitter from your mobile
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