An irregular series on some useful and interesting stuff on the WWW:
Hyphenation perplexes many people, even seasoned writers and editors. Here’s some help to take away the guesswork.
Try A quick primer on hyphens Rob Reinalda
The music playlists of writers
I love Largehearted boy’s blog. It is packed with fascinating book-related stuff and includes his Book Notes series. Authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. NZ’s own Emily Perkins did one for The Forrests.
Top notch advice for New Zealand teens
Doctor G is awesome. Teens can ask relationship questions and have them answered by experts from the Community and Public Health team of Canterbury District Health Board. They can get a discreet reply delivered to their email, or have their answer posted online (first name only used).
What a website audit looks like
— National Library Aus (@nlagovau) June 13, 2013
Is Pinterest actually *right* for your library? An interesting article by Laura Solomon.
PS if you want to see how people are using your website’s stuff on Pinterest – use this format
#confabmn on Twitter yielded a motherlode of interesting content about content. It came from Confab: The Content Strategy Conference in Minneapolis June 3-5.
— Karen McGrane (@karenmcgrane) June 5, 2013
— Jonathon Colman (@jcolman) June 5, 2013