The libraries using Delicious list has been updated.  New additions to the list:

Brimbank Libraries in Australia incorporates all their delicious links in a tag cloud on their newly designed website.  Clicking on a topic in the tag cloud displays the links and tags directly on the library website.  Nicely done!

Lane Community Collegelanelibrary bookmarks on delicious

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Lupton Library has a list of “interesting websites” selected by Jason Griffey, UTC’s Head of Library Information Technology.  utc_interesting bookmarks on del.icio.us

Hardin Library for Health Sciences : hardin_md’s bookmarks on del.icio.us and hardin_md_etc bookmarks on del.icio.us

Seund Library : UND SE Clinical Campus Librarian : seundlibrary’s bookmarks on del.icio.us

Is your library using Delicious? Drop me a line via the comment form or direct message me on Twitter.

links for 2008-07-16

July 15, 2008

  • Provides a complete industry resource for executives and technology managers who are implementing enterprise search within their organizations. In-depth articles on choosing, implementing, and justifying enterprise search solutions.

links for 2008-07-13

July 12, 2008


  • TweetDeck is an Adobe Air desktop application that is currently in public beta. It aims to evolve the existing functionality of Twitter by taking an abundance of information i.e twitter feeds, and breaking it down into more manageable bite sized pieces.
    (tags: twitter)



I post my favourite links to delicious, which I share through Friendfeed and other online spaces I haunt.

As a WordPress user it’s easy to bring links into my blog using the Delicious daily blog posting feature.  Starting today, I’ll be sharing some of my favourite links. (Fingers crossed that it works.)

If you want to integrate your delicious links on your own WordPress, Blogger, or Typepad blog, take a look at these instructions and screenshots, or go to the ‘Settings’ link on your Delicious account, and follow the *experimental* instructions.




The libraries using delicious list has been updated with some great links. Thanks to everyone who emailed me, responded via the comment form, and even direct messaged me in Twitter! It’s great to see more libraries using social bookmarking tools such as del.icio.us.

The ALA Government Documents Roundtable (GODORT) wiki provides a useful list of links to librarians using delicious to collect government documents.

Alameda County Public Library : ACL20’s bookmarks on deli.cio.us

The New York State – 2008 Summer Reading Program uses delicious for linking to other summer reading program web sites, programming ideas, games and more. Their deli.cio.us links are nicely integrated on the program page using Feed2JS.

Purdue University, Hicks Undergraduate Library : hicks undergraduate library bookmarks on del.icio.us

University Library, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater : uwwedlibrarian’s bookmarks on del.icio.us

Widener Law School Library : WidenerLawLibrary’s bookmarks on del.icio.us

The Library at UCD Dublin has done an amazing job of integrating delicious bookmarks into their Subject Portals Index.

Has your library started using del.icio.us?

Drop me a line via the comment form or direct message me on Twitter, and I’ll be sure to add it to the libraries using delicious list.

It’s time to update the del.icio.us libraries list.

If you have any new additions or recommendations, here’s how you can get in touch with me:

You can also subscribe to the del.icious/libraries tag feed.

I’m in the process of moving this list to a wiki, so stay tuned!

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