Book News

Chapter 11 Update

While doing a check of the links in the book I have found that the service mentioned in chapter 11, ‡biblios.net, is no longer available or supported. All links from this chapter will be removed and the chapter page updated accordingly.

25% Discount on Library Mashups

Didn’t get the chance to buy books from ITI (including Library Mashups) when you were at ALA or SLA this summer? Well fear not, there is still time to get the books you want!We are offering a discount of 25% off the retail price on our books purchased online at www.infotoday.com. The sale runs from […]

Library Mashups in Chinese

Library Mashups has been translated to Chinese and is now available in print!

Library Mashups now on Kobo

We’ve slowly been adding Library Mashups to ebook readers. I have previoously announced the Kindle and Nook editions. Today I get to announce the Kobo edition!

Library Mashups Available on Nook

A few months ago I announced the availability of Library Mashups on the Amazon Kindle. Today (as a Nook owner) I’m happy to let you know that the book is available for the Nook. If you’ve been holding off on buying the book because it wasn’t available for your ebook reader, hopefully now you can […]

Library Mashups Available on Kindle

I’m happy to inform my fans that Library Mashups is now available for purchase at the Amazon Kindle store. I have been informed that more ebook formats will follow!!

WordPress Plugins Unsupported

I received a message the other day informing me of a change to the contents of the book. In Chapter 8 there is mention of a few WordPress plugins that are no longer supported. I contacted the original team at Libraries Interact and they shared this message with me: At this time, we are unable […]

Don’t miss the book signing

Tonight at Computers in Libraries 2010 at the opening reception in the Exhibit Hall at 5pm. I’ll be at the InfoToday booth signing copies of Library Mashups. Technorati Tags: cil10, cil2010

Digesting the contents of Library Mashups

Mosby has decided that the best way to digest all of the content in Library Mashups he needed to take a big bite. Original found on Flickr

Mashups on Longshots Podcast

I recently talked to Sarah Long of Longshots about how libraries can use Mashups. This podcast has now been released on Library Beat. Longshots #203: Exploring New Ways to Deliver Library Data