Monthly Archives: October 2014

Experiments in embedding

Thanks to today’s DITA session I now know how to embed into my blog posts. Expect an embedding frenzy! To celebrate, here’s some classic Northern Soul for your listening pleasure.

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Finding information in the internet age

The development of the world wide web has changed the ways in which almost all professions operate, to some degree or another, but few as profoundly as that of Librarianship. Prior to the 1990s, the primary way to find information … Continue reading

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Does my blog look big in this?

Fans of 90s comedy sketch show The Fast Show,will recognise the provenance of the title straight away. Each week, Arabella Weir played an insecure woman, paranoid about the way in which her physical appearance was perceived by others. She would … Continue reading

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Diving in

Welcome. So, I’ve just been introduced to the world of blogging, and my first thought is to bash my head into the keyboard. There are lots of guides and how tos, and at some point I’ll give them a good … Continue reading

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