I have relied for years on VersionTracker (VT) for keeping up to date with the latest updates to software or finding out about new apps for Mac, Windows, and Palm platforms. On a recent visit to another similar site (MacUpdate) I began wondering why these types of sites do not have RSS feeds. Well VersionTracker […]
Supposedly in “Take Back the Net”, the Dec 30 issue of PC Magazine has sent Blogging, wikis, and RSS mainstream, according to a entry by Michelle. The article does provide a nice overview of the range of major blog tools, has some decent resources, etc, but there are some statements in the opening that have […]
Some folks are rather big on the use of games and simulations for learning. So were we.. back in 1995. Here is another article from our Fall 2003 issue of the mcli Forum. In “The Long After Life of Simulation Software: Hidden Agenda”, we interviewed Jim Gasperini who had created in the late 1980s a […]
Here is a nice resource for MovableType-rs, The MovableType Knowledge Base is a wiki chock full of tips and suggestions. This Wiki is dedicated to helping users of MovableType, a content management system. This is a place to add tips, tricks, instructions, and definitions. Topics are editable so everyone can add to them. These topics […]
If I had any doubt that my geek IQ was not so high… I think I have proved it in the last few days trying to get our new XServe into business with MovableType. Let’s say that getting it running under Panther OSX Server is a delicate operation for those not familiar with planet unix. […]
I’ve been here before– “Adventures in Reflective Surfaces: The Mirror Project” was a community based site where people contribute all kinds of self portraits were the photographer is somehow reflected from a mirror or any reflective surface. The Mirror Project is a growing community of like-minded individuals who have photographed themselves in all manner of […]
Related to recent wonderings of “Where Have All the Bloggers Gone?”, it appears that author William Gibson is blogged out. In “Last Postcard from Costa Del Blog”, Gibson pens: Time for me to get back to my day job, which means that it’s time for me to stop blogging. I’ve found blogging to be a […]
It is time to crank up the promotion department for the Maricopa Learing eXchange (MLX), given that the semester is winding down. We have set up a new PR area that links all of the MLX presentation and news tidbits. With the exception of a nice burst of 15 entries from Estrella Mountain Community College […]
Still working on the new server (see X Marks the (Jade) Spot).
I am stumped why a new Apple XServer delivered in November came with OSX Server 10.2.8 pre-intalled though the current 10.3 disks were there. I had trouble getting the 10.3 CDs recognized so blew ahead with the older OS.
That was silly.