to post to the blog as well as the newsgroup at the same time,
email me and I will send you an invitation to post to the blog. To post, you must follow
the link in the e-mail. For those of you who use handhelds in the library, and would like to
have your link posted on the right of handheld libraries, please send the link to me,
and I will add it. If you have news, and would like me to post it, ,
just send it to me.
For those of you new to blogging, I recommend Peter Scott's
Library Weblogs and his Complete Guide to Weblogs.
I did not know what a web log was until 3 months ago! This site is an attempt to combine a community
blog, newsfeed, and newsgroup and to create a portal of information about handhelds and libraries. We have
been up since February 1, 2002.
The Shifted Librarian is an excellent blog by Jenny
Levine which covers many library technology topics and witty commentary too! The address
has been changed to her own domain name, http://www.theshiftedlibrarian.com
Please see this story on avantgo below. This is a concern as some of our hospital departments
depend on avantgo to publish schedules, and other information for residents for their handhelds.
It is also a concern because this was an easy way for libraries to publish information for their
This from Barbara Fullerton, PDA Geek
Main Page - All kinds of news on PDAs, a PDA newsletter, news, reviews and more!
This from Wireless Medical Applications:
Adventures of a Handheld Junkie - power in the Palm of your hand
By: Randall L. Nord PA-C
Randall is a CVT Surgical Physician Assistant at the Asheville Cardiac and
Thoracic Surgeons, P.A. Asheville, North Caroline.
Editors note: This article originally appeared in the January 2002 issue of
Surgical Physician Assistant Journal.
Congratulations to Lynn Eades, AHIP, Health Sciences Library, University of North Carolina-
Chapel Hill on an article "Creating the Library Channel: If you Build It Will They Sync?"
in MLA News, February 2002. For more information, UNC Health Sciences Library PDA Channel
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