ESRI will soon be coming out with a new version of ArcGIS (9.2). There will be free training sessions in many U.S. cities in the next two months. For information see: http://www.esri.com/events/introducing-arcgis92/index.html. For those of you who cannot attend these sessions, there is a free virtual campus course you can take from ESRI. No registration [...]
At the IT Open House Wednesday, November 1st 2006 Meyer Library, Room 280E (Language Lab)
10:30 Visualizing The Life of the Bard
English Professor David Riggs and Matt Jockers, ATS for the English Department, will present the Shakespeare Timeline Project, which was developed to support biographical research.
11:00 Beyond the Kodak Carousel: [...]
Below are some of the notes I took at the talk given by Malcolm Brown, Dartmouth.
The Once and Future CMS Two forceful emergents, more long lasting and more powerful than transient gizmos, are: – mobility (iphone) and decentralization that comes with that – web 2.0 shaping expectations and environments very rapidly
We can figure [...]