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Lunch and Learn: SearchIt@PUL with Nancy Pressman-Levy and Jeremy Darrington

https://mediacentral.princeton.edu/id/1_5l2r1ev9 Wednesday, February 29, 12:00 noon Frist Multipurpose Room B SearchIt@PUL:  New Research Discovery Tool from the Library Nancy Pressman-Levy, Jeremy Darrington Would you like to learn how to expand your research beyond Google?   SearchIt@PUL, the Library’s new discovery system … Continue reading

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Tech Spotlight: GoogleDocs Discussions

A couple months ago I did a presentation at Productive Scholar about annotating digital documents. I didn’t talk much about GoogleDocs in that talk.  Although their commenting feature was perfectly nice, it seemed a bit too simple and didn’t seem … Continue reading

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Lunch and Learn: John LeMasney on 365 Sketches

365 Sketches is a project in which I use free and open source software to do a single visual design every day. The project is currently in its second year of production, and was started as a way to force … Continue reading

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Al Jazeera Creates Twitter Dashboard That Illustrates Middle East Revolutions

Al Jazeera recently created a Twitter Dashboard that illustrates what country people are tweeting from and what they are tweeting. It is a great graphic visualization tool of the real-time revolutions happening in the Middle East. This is a great … Continue reading

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iSquint

iSquint is a free iPod video conversion app for Mac OS X. Drag your file(s) into the iSquint window and click Start. You can choose “TV” or “iPod” size, set the quality, crop, set the audio/video bitrate and framerate.  For … Continue reading

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