Monthly Archives: March 2010

Free Cataloging Tools (!)

robinna/ March 29, 2010/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

I can’t believe I never posted this beyond Sorry! So there, ya go — free cataloging tools. Yup, free. Free Cataloging Tools View more presentations from robinfay.

web dev links

robinna/ March 27, 2010/ Technology/ 0 comments

Just passing along a couple of web dev links: that is all…

Question of the day: How to embed youtube videos & make them fit…

robinna/ March 26, 2010/ Technology, meetups/conferences, question of the day, that's cool, tools/tips, tutorials, Training, web 2.0+, life 2.0+/ 0 comments

Depending on what browser and resolution you are using, you may find that your content (such as blog posts) which have embedded videos are running over your blog post area. You COULD change your stylesheet, but if everything works except for embedded Youtube videos, an easier answer might be to change the width of the Youtube player. This is super

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Good use of social media (Charter)

robinna/ March 26, 2010/ social media, twitter/ 0 comments

Okay, I am neither endorsing or denouncing Charter Cable (I’ll leave that to you!), but I do use it (have to have the high speed, you know). A few days ago I posted (tweeted) about how bad my network/reception was in my area. I had considered calling, but I just hadn’t gotten around to it — end of the day

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Happy BD to my robot!

robinna/ March 23, 2010/ watch.see.hear, life 2.0+/ 0 comments

Okay, so it’s not really my roomba’s birthday, but it IS the 20th anniversary of irobot. irobot started out as military kind of robot proj and now, it’s cleaning my floors… LOL I need a scooba though! 😉 Anyhow, I wandered over to the irobot site and discovered this popup “warning” (I’m still laughing, what doesn’t it cover? the weather?)

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What happened to (& reviews of URL shorteners)

robinna/ March 22, 2010/ Technology, History of Technology, Culture, social media, tools/tips/ 0 comments

Wandered over to shorten a URL and found this: is no longer accepting URL shortening requests via its website. May we respectfully suggest that you choose one of the many other wonderful alternatives available. Please understand that this does not affect any software that has available within it.‘s API is available, and redirections are working normally.

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