- Rules of the Google Economy
The practical implication implementing citation analysis at web scale is that the link is the currency of the internet. But what happens when accurate and correct information is more poorly linked than incorrect or misleading information?
wpSMS enables the sending of SMS messages as easily as sending email (more easily, perhaps). An implementation of it can be seen at my University’s library, where they’ve used both Scriblio and wpSMS to allow visitors to text information about a book to their cellies.
Scriblio is a WordPress plugin that turns a blog into a library catalog…or enables faceted searching and browsing for any data in WordPress.
bSuite is a set of tools that help surface interesting and relevant posts, help your users navigate your content, and help authors develop and publish content.
- Open Source Software For Libraries
wpCAS integrates WordPress or WordPressMU into an established CAS architecture, allowing centralized management and athentication of user credentials in a heterogeneous environment.
- Phonepedia: a Voice-Activated Wikipedia Mashup
A mashup of two cool things: Wikipedia’s vast encyclopedic content and Jott’s voice recognition service. All I’ve done is make enough glue to put them together and allow us all to call up and get answers. It’s not perfect, but it’s worth playing with
- Private Comments
bSuite Private Comments leverages the WordPress comment system to allow users to send messages to blog authors. The messages aren’t shown on the page or in the comments feed, but are managed inside WordPress as mostly-regular comments.