23 Things for Professional Development new post discusses Thing 4: Current awareness - Twitter, RSS and Pushnote.
The twitter part looks at join (which I did YEARS ago). It then looked at introducing oneself on twitter and using the hashtag #cpd23.
My problem with twitter is you need to be constantly on it to know whats going on.
The RSS section looked at what RSS does, what RSS reader to use. It also sites to perhaps add to your reader:-
Librarian by Day - transliteracy, digital library services
Phil Bradley's weblog - "where librarians and the Internet meet" - search engines, web 2.0 technologies
The Wikiman - library advocacy, marketing, social media
Thoughts of a [wannabe] librarian - IT in libraries, digital divide, library news and advocacy
Agnostic Maybe - ebooks, library news. Hosts an "open-thread Thursday" discussion each week
Hack Library School - a must for LIS students, "hack" your library school experience using the web as a collaborative space
Rarely Sited - special collections and outreach
Mashable - social media and technology news
I was disappointed I wasn't there. I also think they should add you can compartmentalised different blog interest group. I did comment on this here (google actually said no to that on 10 occasions). My query was:-
RSS can also be used for multiple interest. For example sport, news, work. Maybe that might be something to add to cpd23?
The final thing was Pushnote. described as:-
a tool that allows you to rate and comment on any website. If any of your Twitter or Facebook friends use Pushnote as well, you can add them as a friend, and then share pages with them. You can also choose to automatically post your comments to Twitter and/or Facebook if you want to share them with a wider audience.
I've never really been a fan of this system, so I didn't sign up for it.