We have a small collection of books on the shelves over the public computers. You cannot check them out, but you are welcome to read them in the library whether you are logged on to one of our computers or not. Within the last couple of weeks we have added several titles including:
Web Search Garage
Publishing a Blog with Blogger
Genealogy Online for Dummies
Internet for Dummies 9th ed.
Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating a Web Page & Blog
Sam's Teach Yourself OpenOffice.org
The Tiny Guide to OpenOffice.org
Who Let the Blogs Out?
Users of the public machines can, of course, create blogs and web pages, use aggregators and the like. Re aggregators. If you don't know what that that little orange xml button in the left hand column means, please read this.
Our work stations use Linux and open source software, including the very international OpenOffice.org. So you may be interested in trying them out if you use Microsoft or Mac machines at home but want to see what Linux feels like.Posted by library at May 1, 2005 04:09 PM