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A Map of the Internet 2021

A Map of the Internet 2021

a map of the Internet 2021
detail of a map of the Internet 2021
Internet Map 1973
“This is a map of ARPANET circa May 1973 via David Newbury, who found it among his father’s papers. The first part of ARPANET was built nearly 50 years ago and became the basis of the modern internet. The network was so small in the early days that those circles and squares on the 1973 map represent individual computers and routers, not universities or cities.”

Posted on: June 11, 2021, 6:11 am Category: Uncategorized

Princh: 4 Reasons Libraries Should Have A Dedicated Social Media Page

4 Reasons Libraries Should Have A Dedicated Social Media Page

https://princh.com/4-reasons-libraries-should-have-a-dedicated-social-media-page/

Support the customer experience

Build a community

Boost visibility and awareness

Reach out to tech-savvy audiences

Posted on: June 11, 2021, 6:04 am Category: Uncategorized

29 Things to Do at the Library: Why everyone should visit libraries more often

29 Things to Do at the Library

Why everyone should visit libraries more often

https://www.environment911.org/29-Things-to-Do-at-the-Library

 

 

 

Posted on: June 11, 2021, 6:03 am Category: Uncategorized

Ontario Regulations Updated: Quarantine of Materials No Longer Required

Regulations Updated: Quarantine of Materials No Longer Required

As the province of Ontario enters Step 1 of the Roadmap to Reopen on June 11, 2021, at 12:01 a.m., the requirement that circulating materials returned to the library be disinfected or quarantined for an appropriate period of time before they are recirculated will be eliminated.


Please see below for an extract of Ontario Regulation 82/20:
SCHEDULE 8: PLACES THAT MUST CLOSE OR THAT ARE SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS AT STEP 1
Public libraries
  1. (1) Public libraries may only open if they comply with the following conditions:
    Circulating materials must be reserved over the telephone or online.
  2. Circulating materials may only be exchanged with members of the public through contactless drop-off, pick-up, or delivery.
  3. Patrons must only be permitted to enter the premises to facilitate contactless drop-off and pick-up or to access computers, photocopiers, or similar services.
  4. Patrons must not be permitted to be in the book stacks, or to handle circulating materials that are shelved, or in other areas of library storage.
  5. Revoked: O. Reg. 440/21, s. 12 (2).
  6. The person responsible for the public library must comply with subsection (3), if applicable.

 

Posted on: June 10, 2021, 6:56 pm Category: Uncategorized

SurveyMonkey Parent Company SVMK Inc. Relaunches as Momentive

SurveyMonkey announced that it is relaunching as Momentive, an agile experience management company focused on helping customers shape what’s next. Leveraging SurveyMonkey’s history of providing intuitive, agile software solutions, Momentive will empower decision-makers to act with speed and agility.

Posted on: June 10, 2021, 11:59 am Category: Uncategorized

Your Guide to Social Audio: Clubhouse and Other Voice-Based Social Media

Your Guide to Social Audio: Clubhouse and Other Voice-Based Social Media

What Is Social Audio?

“The terms ‘voice-based social media’ and ‘social audio’ refer to social media products that use audio as their primary means of communication. Social audio can include live conversation rooms, voice messaging, audio creation and editing tools, podcasts, and more.

Tech industry analyst Jeremiah Owyang calls social audio the ‘Goldilocks’ medium of the 2020s, because it “represents the opportunity for social connection and empathy without the downsides of video.” “

Clubhouse

Facebook’s audio creation tools

Twitter Spaces

Social Audio: The Ultimate Channel for Our Touchless World

Posted on: June 10, 2021, 9:18 am Category: Uncategorized

Warnings on the dangers of screen time are ill founded — New study

Warnings on the dangers of screen time are ill founded — New study

Research that requires participants to estimate their own digital screen time cannot provide reliable information on mental health impact, concludes major international review

UNIVERSITY OF BATH

University researchers have carried out the largest systematic review and meta-analysis to date of how people’s perceptions of their screen time compare with what they do in practice, finding estimates of usage were only accurate in about five per cent of studies.

Posted on: June 10, 2021, 6:32 am Category: Uncategorized