Were there any posts about libraries and technology in September, October and November that you missed and they are a must read? Let's take a look.
E-Books: New iPhone/Pad/Touch App Provides Quick & Easy Access to Full Text Books (Many Free) from the Internet Archive, Smashwords, and Other Sources (ResourceShelf)
MegaReader, a new iPhone/Pad/Touch app provides access to e-books from, Internet Archive, Project Gutenberg, Feedbooks and others.
Running Windows XP? No Internet Explorer 9 For You (ReadWriteWeb)
If you want the newest browser from Microsoft – Internet Explorer 9, you will have to get rid of Windows XP.
eBooks: Libraries at the Tipping Point Online Conference: eBooks and the Library User Experience (Librarian In Black)
I always read very carefully all the posts Sarah sends from library conferences.
Chat in Multiple Languages on Your Android ( ReadWriteWeb)
A new app, called TransGen Mobile promises to allow chant in different languages in the private mobile chat rooms for Android clients.
Video from LITA Forum 2010: Roy Tennant on "Using the Cloud to Please the Crowd" (ResourceShelf)
A must see presentation for the techie librarians on how libraries are using cloud computing technologies.
Internet Librarian 2010: Designing a Mobile Experience (Librarian In Black)
Librarians from Harford County Public Library and Miami University Libraries share their experience creating mobile sites.
Connect Your Car to the Web With AutoBot ( ReadWriteWeb)
For $300 dollars and a yearly fee of $30, you can use AutoBot, an app that allows you to control your car with your smart phone, including locking/ unlocking doors, control window settings, locate your car, perform diagnostic checks on your car, and email friends and family when the driver has been in an accident.