Check Library Blogs With Page Flakes

Phill Bradley the renown expert in Web 2.0 tools has developed a new page called Librarian Weblogs with 30 or so library blogs. "All you need to do is visit the page, click on the little half diamond on the right of each title and see the recent postings, click and read. You don't have to be a Pageflakes user either.", explains Bradley.

Page Flakes
used by Bradley is a customized home page creation tool similar to Netvibes , where you can put together your favorite web services (AOl, Ebay), RSS feeds from blogs and websites, various widgets (calendar ; weather ) and services from web 2.0 (flickr, del.icio.us)

Via: Phill Bradley's Weblog
http://philbradley.typepad.com/phil_bradleys_weblog/2006/10/library_weblog_.html

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