Monthly Archives: March 2010

Void your warranty

Funny warning before editing advanced preferences in Thunderbird Continue reading

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72!

72 degrees in the forecast! Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace Day

It’s Ada Lovelace Day! Celebrating my grrl geeks: Erin, Madelyn, and Amelia. Continue reading

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WordPress content management

WordPress as content management Continue reading

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Mutualizing the mix

My CCCC 2010 talk, “Mutualizing the mix,” from a panel with Derek Mueller and Alex Reid, “Scholarship, Remix, and the Database.” Continue reading

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Laptop (in)security

Two security incidents in Gainesville, the first involving Erin and me. As usual, both preventable; as usual, the response is embarrassingly slow. Continue reading

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Open source on campus

Open source software on campus: how faculty can encourage IT staff to install and support. Answering questions from Clancy Ratliff. Continue reading

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