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Sherman Sez: a Sherman Alexie Fanzine
Celia and I made 24-hour zines together, but we only spent 12 hours on them. Hers is an adoring and adorable mini Sherman Alexie fanzine, because she is an adoring and adorable fan of the American Indian fiction writer.
I got an unexpected response to a barnlib tweet about marriage equality, where I was a tad defensive about how joyful the newlyweds seem to me when so many of my queer friends think same-sex marriage not a worthwhile fight.
Twitter as a Tool for Website News
The following article was originally published in The U*N*A*B*A*S*H*E*D Librarian, a magazine for which I am a Contributing Editor, though I haven't contributed very much lately. Interested in writing for us? Pitch me something!
I was a reluctant Tweeter, but thought I would stick a toe in the microblogging pool by creating a Twitter account for the Barnard Library. I want to share that experience and give you just a small amount of background on Twitter and microblogging.
Library Camp NYC 2007: Blogging & Microblogging
I went to Blogging and Microblogging since I'm a bit curious about Twitter. It turns out there's another microblogging tool called Pownce that was also discussed. After the session, I remain curious but unconvinced. One attendee said that Twitter, rather than sucking up more time, as I fear it would, helps you do things faster (e.g. takes away the pressure to write loooong blog posts like this one).
Read more. You might want to read my overview of the whole day first, though.