I hadn’t used or heard of before, but it seems just about the same as, which I use frequently.

Here’s my embedded photo:

It’s from my Minute to Win It program last summer.


7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. colettaa
    Mar 30, 2012 @ 16:36:59

    I see Audrey! Kind of… 😀


  2. wolfamongthebooks
    Apr 03, 2012 @ 09:09:38

    Coletta points out something interesting about using (or — putting pictures like this on an “events” page will draw attention to your library’s Web site because patrons will want to see themselves in the photos (and then maybe show up for the next event).


    • Tori
      Apr 03, 2012 @ 13:25:08

      I like the idea of posting photos from all my events. I would love to post photos from my teen programs on the teen facebook page. It is difficult though, because to post them requires getting a photo release form from each patron at each program. Complicating matters for the teen programs is that the release requires a parent signature, and many times the teens’ parents are not in the building with them.


  3. allisonmackey
    Apr 03, 2012 @ 20:54:18

    That looks like a crazy fun event! What’s happening here?


    • Tori
      Apr 04, 2012 @ 13:25:29

      We were playing my library version Minute to Win It (the NBC game show) – the teens were randomly assigned a competitor and a funny game to complete in 60 seconds or less. This game was one where they had to move paper lunch bags cut to varying heights from one side of the room to the other without using their hands. It’s a super fun program!


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