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Join Daniel Messer, the Cyberpunk Librarian, as he talks about ideas, trends, and cool stuff for technologically minded librarians who are high tech and low budget!

Cyberpunk Librarian Daniel Messer

    • Technologie

Join Daniel Messer, the Cyberpunk Librarian, as he talks about ideas, trends, and cool stuff for technologically minded librarians who are high tech and low budget!

    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 58 – Static, Not Stagnant

    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 58 – Static, Not Stagnant

    Oh my god, he’s back! After over a year of craziness and massive life changes, the Cyberpunk Librarian is back!



    Join Dan in this comeback episode where he helps you get acquainted with static site generators and introduces you to the one he prefers!



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    Links



    Tanglewood Hill – Check out my personal blog, powered by Publii!Energy Hogs: Can World’s Huge Data Centers Be Made More Efficient?The Internet Cloud Has a Dirty SecretStooge – A little programme that clears fines on patron accounts by automating Polaris Leap.Jekyll – Probably the most popular static site generator.Hexo – A static site generator powered by Node.js.Hugo – Likely the fastest static site generator. Powered by Go.Publii – My static site generator of choice. Beautiful, easy to use, and it makes blogging a joy rather than a job.Publii Marketplace – Lovely, free themes for Publii along with a few paid options.If you’re interested in other static site generating options, check out this article from CreativeBloq.Typora – My favourite Markdown editor.



    Music and Sound



    Radio Interference/Static – from FreesoundEpsilon by Auditive EscapeFluvial Aspen by Auditive EscapeYurtifale by Auditive EscapeBellydance at Ebisu by Ryo Miyashita

    • 30 Min.
    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 57 – A Prescription for Your Subscription Addiction

    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 57 – A Prescription for Your Subscription Addiction

    Are you tired of paying for content? Do you have four or five services you subscribe to for music, eBooks, or movies? Maybe even more than five? Feeling a bit burned out pitting one service over another? Well Dan has just the thing for you: Free digital content from your public library! Release yourself from all (or at least some) of those services, and check out what’s on offer from your local library! You’ll be amazed how you can download eBooks, listen to music and audiobooks, watch movies, and more… and all you pay is the price of your library card!



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    Links



    Audiobooks



    OverDrive – Audiobooks, eBooks, and moreRBDigital – Audiobooks, eBooks, magazines, comics, and moreHoopla – Audiobooks, eBooks, music, comics, and more



    eBooks



    OverDrive – Audiobooks, eBooks, and moreHoopla – Audiobooks, eBooks, music, comics, and moreFreading – eBooks outside the Times… the New York Times.Freading Help



    Magazines & Comics



    RBDigital – Audiobooks, eBooks, magazines, comics, and moreHoopla – Audiobooks, eBooks, music, comics, and moreMagazine Rack – The Magazine Rack at the Internet Archive. Tonnes of classic magazines.



    Movies, TV, & Video



    Hoopla – Audiobooks, eBooks, music, comics, and moreKanopy – A fantastic collection of indie, arthouse, classic, and documentary film



    Music



    Freegal – Download and stream music, free and legallyHoopla – Audiobooks, eBooks, music, comics, and more



    Music



    Bellydance at Ebisu by Ryo MiyashitaElektro Attitude by ChuzausenWhen the Rain Comes by saQi (featuring Cheraki)Falling Under Water by saQi (featuring Marya Stark)Bunker by MeterOcean Hotel by UncanWeirder by Drake Stafford

    • 47 Min.
    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 56 – The FOSSiL Projects

    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 56 – The FOSSiL Projects

    The Cyberpunk Librarian is back and he’s talking about software… His own software! Join Dan for a look at The FOSSiL Projects and discover what he’s been working on for the past couple of months! And hey, maybe there’s something in the Projects that can help make your library life just a little easier!
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    Links

    iAWriter – My writing app of choice on the iPad.
    The FOSSiL Projects – Free and Open Source Solutions in Libraries. The primary website for information about the projects.
    FOSSiL Projects on GitLab – The FOSSiL Projects repos on GitLab.
    CargoCult Demo – Try this thing for yourself!
    PHP – Write some code, find some frustrations.
    Python – A better brand of misery.
    MariaDB – It’s MySQL, without Oracle.
    Ubuntu MATE – It’s so… green!
    WordPress – Sure, there are other CMS solutions, but this is the one I like.
    GitLab – Host your code in an versioning system that’s 100% open source.
    Download GitLab – Host your code in your own hosted versioning system.
    GOGS – Simple, easy to use, git style versioning system. Works pretty much everywhere.
    VirtualBox – Run virtual Linux servers using open source virtualization software. It’s VMware, with Oracle.

    Music

    Bellydance at Ebisu by Ryo Miyashita
    Catching Rays by Psychadelik Pedestrian
    Fluid Dreams by Daniel Birch
    Edge of the Wastelands by Tri-Tachyon
    Overcast by fascinating earthbound objects
    Stinger music is pulled from Andreas Theme by Kevin MacLeod
    Music from the Cyberpunk Librarian podcasts

    Sounds

    56k Modem from Freesound.org

    • 37 Min.
    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 55 – At Odds With Odds and Ends

    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 55 – At Odds With Odds and Ends

    Holy crap! Cyberpunk Librarian is back! On this episode, Dan talks about the projects that have been holding up the show and what’s going on in his life. It’s a conversation over coffee with your friendly neighbourhood Cyberpunk Librarian!
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    Links
    Blogging

    Blog post: Blogging, RSS, and Social Network Failure
    Blog post: Taking Notes — A New Approach to the Shows
    Blog post: Organizationally Stacked

    Facebook Is a Garbage Fire

    The Oatmeal – Reaching People on the Internet
    GeekWire – ‘The Oatmeal’ creator rips Facebook in comic — and Facebook asks if he wants to ‘boost’ the post

    RSS Readers

    QuiteRSS — Free, open source RSS reader for Linux, Windows, and macOS
    Reeder and Unread – Inexpensive RSS readers for iOS
    Reeder — Inexpensive RSS reader for macOS
    Flym and Read – RSS readers for Android
    Brief – A free, open source RSS reader for Firefox – WebExtensions and Firefox 56+ compatible
    FeedBin and Feedly – RSS readers on the web – Premium, but inexpensive services that sync across devices

    Ambient and Space Music

    Download Dan’s music for free from SoundCloud
    Buy Dan’s music on BandCamp

    Organisation

    Kanban – Wikipedia
    Ōno Taiichi – Creator of kanban
    Trello – A freemium kanban system for tracking projects.
    Projects – A public Trello board so you can see what Dan is doing these days

    Python Projects

    Polaris ILS – My particular ILS of choice
    Koha ILS – My favourite free and open source ILS solution
    3M SIP Protocol – Guaranteed to cure your insomnia
    DR. RID – Check it out on GitHub
    Reddit Enhancement Suite – Make Reddit better.

    BBS

    BBS – A fantastic documentary from Jason Scott, the archivist behind textfiles.com

    Watch the BBS documentary series on YouTube


    Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It – A fantastic podcast about technology, history, people, and getting out of debt
    Mystic BBS – A pretty sweet BBS package for macOS, Windows, and Linux
    SynchroNet – A pretty sweet BBS package for Windows and Linux
    WWIV – A classic bit of BBS kit that I ran back in my teenage years
    VirtualBox – Works on macOS, Linux, and Windows and runs virtual machines with ease
    SyncTerm – An excellent terminal emulator that invokes the old days of dial up
    Qodem – A clone of the classic Qmodem terminal emulator

    Music

    Stinger music is pulled from Andreas Theme by Kevin MacLeod
    Star Drift by Daniel Messer
    Optimus L’Chaim by Daniel Messer

    Sounds

    Fast Forward​

    • 44 Min.
    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 54 – Nexus and Empathy

    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 54 – Nexus and Empathy

    Join Dan for a special episode of Cyberpunk Librarian where he looks at what it is to be human in an increasingly technological world, and within the world of one of the greatest novels in the cyberpunk genre!
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    Links

    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep on WorldCat and Amazon
    Episode 50 – Spirit in the Framework
    Hatsune Miku
    Blade Runner – Trailer
    Blade Runner 2049 – Trailer
    Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It – A new podcast from that guy at textfiles.com.

    Music

    The Beat Goes On by Flex Vector
    Dancer in the Dark by Flex Vector
    The Killbots are Coming by Flex Vector
    Gray Matter by Flex Vector
    Bellydance at Ebisu by Ryo Miyashita

    Sounds

    Steady Rain in the City at Freesound.org

    • 39 Min.
    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 53 – Free and Mine

    Cyberpunk Librarian – Episode 53 – Free and Mine

    Sometimes it’s far harder than it should be to find that academic paper or research article. Papers and journals are locked behind paywalls, paywalls that don’t matter to your patrons. So let Dan help you break the walls down, and get those articles you and your patrons need!
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    Listen to the show on YouTube.
    Links

    Google Scholar – Start here whenever you’re looking for a scholarly article.
    Unpaywall – For Firefox and Chrome. Looks for legal access to scholarly articles.
    DOAJ – The Directory of Open Access Journals. Almost 10,000 journals an over 2.5 million articles.
    Arxiv – Pronounced “Archive,” this is a massive ePrint server from the Cornell University Library. You’ll find open access to over 1.3 million articles on a variety of subjects.
    Sci-Hub – Open access to scientific and academic research.
    Library Genesis – Over 2 million eBooks, magazines, and articles.
    Sci-Hub Links for Chrome – Turn those DOIs and Pubmed links into Sci-Hub links.
    IBT – Two-thirds of the world’s academic papers are now on Sci-Hub
    r/Scholar – The scholarly article subreddit.

    Music

    Bellydance at Ebisu by Ryo Miyashita
    Work by Ketsa
    wander with me by Ketsa
    Sentimental by Sro

    • 29 Min.

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