I saw this on Jessamyn's blog and thought it would be neat to record my Firefox auto complete abecedary. I tweaked it a wee bit to avoid duplication, and also to not have every link relate to zine cataloging. Nine of them still do, directly or indirectly.
A ABC No Rio, which still needs a million dollars for the demolition and renovation, btw, so dig deep!
B boo.kz URL shortener I hesitated to even post this because I don't want it to get overused. Please use only for bookish URLs.
C Columbia libraries catalog, classic style.
D Google Docs Have you noticed that they're ruining the word processing app? E.g., who the hell wants curly quotes?
E eBay I don't like to buy things new, okay?
F Facebook I know, I know.
G LC Cutter table If you don't know what this is, you don't need to. The G is for guidelines.
H HopStop NYC, even if it does hate the J train, it's still pretty useful, especially for estimating travel time.
I http://id.loc.gov Library of Congress authorities and vocabularies. I'm not sure why "id."
J This here blog
K Kim Harrison's books. The next Hollows book is due in February.
L My spreadsheet of Library of Congress subject headings used for cataloging zines
M Google maps
O MARC Code List for Organizations Because I like to know which library's catalogers are responsible for proposing a new subject heading.
Q QZAP the Queer Zine Archive Project
R Radical Reference
S Slideshare It's kind of slow, but I find Prezi annoying and Google slides not yet up to par.
T Twitter for RadReference
U USSF United States Social Forum
V Velociraptor a friend's blog
X xkcd I'm surprised this wasn't Jessamyn's, too.
Y NYPL catalog because of the Y for York
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Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:10pm
Mine is beyond uninspiring:
Mine is beyond uninspiring: Apartment Therapy (an addiction), the DocumentCloud blog (at blog dot ...), Chase (I have a shortcut to the login page, Google Docs (Esh), Etsy, Facebook (uff), Gmail (umm), HSBC (again with they keywords), Git hub Issues (work), the Online News Association (journalists.org).
It goes on like that. Corporate and proprietary.
Sun, 12/26/2010 - 4:31pm
How embarrasking! :)
How embarrasking! :)