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Tweetdeck search column for "fun" limited by a twitter list

How to search your friends’ tweets

Overwhelmed by the randomness of your Twitter stream? Are there times you wish you could search within your Twitter stream? With a little setup, you can! I was curious how many times the people I follow on twitter use the word “fun” in their tweets. You can search twitter for the word “fun”, but that […]

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Icebreakers for book readers

Icebreakers for book readers

Would you like some handy conversation questions in a tiny pocket zine? You can print out this one-page PDF made by Jamie Glass. Then fold it up into a little pocket zine. (Found via zinelibraries.info) These are the icebreaker questions in the zine: Print books or e-books? [PERSON’S NAME] reads: [ ] Print only [ […]

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NPR doesn’t want you to talk on their island

NPR’s decision to disable comments from their site is quite disappointing. On face value, it’s understandable why NPR shut off comments. Most of them are simply flamers and trolls. Tech blogger Anthony Dean notes that some types of sites simply don’t receive quality comments. Whereas other sites do receive quality comments. Thankfully, my sites haven’t seen […]

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