If you weren't able to attend the Wisconsin Library Association (WLA) Annual Conference last month, or were there but missed a great-sounding presentation, you can still access presenters' handouts and resources.
Have a Gmail account? Consider adding the free GmailThis! bookmarklet to your web browser. I've been using it for a month, and I love it!
When I'm at home and find a website I'd like to use for work, I can — without leaving the webpage I'm viewing — click the GmailThis! button on my browser tollbar to send the link to my work email address. And vice versa: when I'm at work and find a resource I want to explore on my own time, I just mark the relevant text and click the GmailThis! bookmarklet to send it to my home email address.
When you click the GmailThis! bookmarklet, it creates a "mini-interface" with Gmail, and pops up a Compose Message window that's pre-populated with a link to the web page you're at, as well as any text you may have highlighted on the page (up to 1000 characters.) Enter the email address to which you want to send the message, add some text to the body of the message if you'd like, then click the send button to mail it off. (if you aren't already logged in to your Gmail account, the log in screen will display first; just log in and re-launch GmailThis!.)