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Notes from CSS + Google Calendar + LibraryThing talk @ SLAIS March 21, 2007

Posted by asistubc in events@UBC.
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CSS Tabs

CSS tabs:
Sliding Doors of CSS by Douglas Bowman
CSS and round corners: Making accessible menu tabs by Trenton Moss

CSS tabs and more techniques:
53 CSS Techniques You Couldn’t Live Without @ Smashing Magazine

Google Calendars

1. Get a Google Account available from http://www.google.ca/.

2. Select Calendars from the account options.

3. Use the blue plus buttons to add your own or public calendars.

4.Public Calendars – search “SLAIS” and find public calendars relevant to students at SLAIS including the ASIS&T Student Chapter calendar.

LibraryThing

http://www.librarything.com/

If you need any help procrastinating for the next few weeks, it’s easy to get addicted to LibraryThing. You can locate books in a variety of databases, or roll your own using manual entry (great cataloguing practice). My next stop (after the term ends, of course!) is scanning in my own book covers for those that are missing. Oh, and if you’re deeply interested in this social-cataloguing phenomenon in general, there is even a social-cataloguing social network, SocialCatalogers:

http://socialcatalogers.ning.com/

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More lunch time sessions in the works … March 17, 2007

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What would you like to talk about:

– Mashups
– Photoshop tips and tricks
– Fireworks tips and tricks
– CSS tips and tricks
– Yahoo! Pipes
– RefWorks and RefShare
– Wireframes
– ASIS&T Information Architecture Summit 2007
– diigo.com
– Gmail hack
…….

Say what you’d like to see in the comments below, or e-mail asist.ubc (at) gmail.com, or subscribe to our mailing list.

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CSS + Google Calendar + LibraryThing talk @ SLAIS March 17, 2007

Posted by asistubc in events@UBC.
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Do you want to know how to use CSS and HTML/XHTML to create tabs for your website?
Do you hear about Google Calendar and LibraryThing but don’t know what to do with them?
Or do you know them very well that you’ll be thrilled to share with your classmates and future colleagues?

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