Posts Tagged ‘web 2.0’

Sometimes the needs of a heritage group extend beyond the simple need to convey information. Blogs and Facebook fan pages allow limited interactivity. But for groups whose members are intensely passionate about a topic, a free social networking site like Ning could be the way to go. So what is┬áNing, and who is using it […]

Podcast: Dale Jarvis on the art of storytelling on the World Wide Web Posted using ShareThis

Lorelle VanFossen joined our little town of Natchitoches today to teach the folks at the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training how to effectively blog using WordPress. It was interesting to see the different personalities at work in the room. To say that no two people in the room are alike would be a […]