3 February 2010 - 2:17pm | by Chris Peters

News about an update to Google Reader can’t compete with the buzz surrounding the launch of the iPad, but any feature that helps us mitigate information overload is good news in my opinion, especially if you happen to be a reference librarians or an information junkie. 

27 January 2010 - 9:45am | by Sarah Washburn

Sometimes the biggest barrier to learning new technology is us. Me. You. And that part, once realized, can be pretty liberating.

That's why I'm always emboldened when I remember all of the impressive librarians we've spotlighted who overcame their fears, or took a giant leap of faith to learn something new that helped their community.

21 January 2010 - 8:32am | by Sarah Washburn

I don't consider myself a techie, yet i'm curious about how technology helps folks--including me--accomplish tasks and goals. I like trying out new tools, so when Tena Hanson suggested I use Meebo to interact with attendees at the exhibit hall for the Iowa Small Libraries Online Conference, I jumped at the chance to learn something new.

19 January 2010 - 12:40pm | by Sarah Washburn

Conferences are expensive to run and to attend, and those costs keep many of us at home, wishing we had the funds to travel away from our desks. But with new technologies cropping up daily, low-cost alternatives are surfacing that make learning from the experts a little easier on the pocketbook.

14 January 2010 - 10:22am | by Becky Wiegand

Just like any good tech geek, I've been reading reviews and jealously drooling all the photos and videos of upcoming products shown at this past week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The annual Las Vegas tradeshow reveals the hottest new technologies, coolest gadgets, and flashiest concepts for all the geeky gear I hold dear. Most of the products either haven't hit the market yet or are at pricepoints out of reach for most average folks — and especially out of reach for many nonprofits, libraries, and public service organizations.

12 January 2010 - 9:31am | by Sarah Washburn

Another excellent webinar from the TechSoup Talks series is coming up this week! If you've heard of "accessibility" and want your site to be usable for all people, but aren't sure where to start, this webinar is for you.

6 January 2010 - 8:35am | by Sarah Washburn

You might not have noticed, but I've been away for 6 months. Six months! That's a long time, but I've spent my time wisely. As you can imagine, there's a lot to catch up on around here at TechSoup. But rather than focus on the past, I'd like to share something that happened yesterday that started with a gentle tap on my shoulder...

5 January 2010 - 9:19pm | by Becky Wiegand

This post was originally published to the TechSoup Blog and was authored by Kami Griffiths. 

Please join us next Thursday, January 14 at 11 a.m. Pacific time for our next free TechSoup Talks! webinar. We will be discussing website accessibility with Jane Vincent from the Center for Accessible Technology.

4 January 2010 - 1:47pm | by Becky Wiegand

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24 December 2009 - 3:16pm | by Becky Wiegand

This post was written by Laurie Sanchez, TechSoup's Director of Customer Experience. It originally appeared on the TechSoup Blog and is being updated daily there throughout our holiday break.

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