Favourite new website: Library Hackers Unite!

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April 13, 2011 by MMIT

It’s only been around for a month or so, but I’m really liking libraryhacker.org, a blog for those on the more hacky side of things (system admins, programmers and the like). It’s a group blog too which helps ensure a healthy range of views and topics.  So far some of the things they’ve covered are OverDrive, ClusterSSH and Jing.

I’m not overly convinced by the argument that blogs have been superseded by social networking tools –  some things need more than 140 characters –  so recommendations for other new library technology websites are always welcome.


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