Posts Tagged ‘identity’

Facebook cover pages

March 28, 2012

You may be aware that Facebook is moving its users over to the new Timeline view and the University Library has already adopted the new look.  See what you think:

Well done to E for putting together some great content from our archives and P for writing text.

Musings About Librarianship has taken a look at what libraries are using for their Facebook cover page and we were delighted to see we featured:

What’s more, seen in comparison like that, we think ours holds up well.  Let us know what you think.


This isn’t f***ing Dalston!

February 17, 2012

Try not to be too alarmed by the title of this page, it’s actually a very good demonstration of how to visualise some simple survey data.

Click on the page to access Ewan Mills’ full dissertation that looks at people’s perceptions of where a neighbourhood begins and ends. Perhaps someone would like to have a go at a similar exercise for Portsmouth? Some of our neighbourhoods are relatively distinct, such as Old Portsmouth and Port Solent. But where does Southsea become Eastney, for example?


Pizza delivery in 2010

April 1, 2008

Scary – but not so far from the truth?

virtual identity

November 19, 2007

Discussing virtual identity, someone mentioned they’d read this over the weekend:,,2210318,00.html

Presumably with the rise of virtual worlds such as Second Life – where avatars don’t necessarily genuinely represent the real humans behind them – this kind of thing will become more and more common.

But still one of those ‘you couldn’t make this stuff up’ stories.