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January 19, 2006


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» Distance from the default: Web browser extensions from Lorcan Dempsey's weblog
There is a nice page of web browser extensions on Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki. This includes things like bookmarklets, toolbars, greasemonkey scripts, and so on. For a nice discussion which puts some of these in context see Ross Singer's Acc... [Read More]


there's one for the Ann Arbor District Library on http://www.superpatron.com .

please don't just put more lipstick on the pig though - library catalogs need real standard programmer-friendly user interfaces, not just hacks on top of hacks.

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