The feminine blogstique Santa Clara forum focuses on closing journal gender gap – Carrie Kirby, Chronicle Staff Writer Saturday, July 30, 2005 Blogging is supposed to be democratizing the world of information, empowering the individual. And it is — especially for male individuals. In this fast-growing community of people using the Internet to self- publish [...]
Archive for July, 2005
Confluence – http://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence/default.jsp Courseforum / Projectforum – http://www.projectforum.com/ HyperOffice – http://www.hyperoffice.com/
CoolPac : College of Agriculture, Common First Year Course http://herring.cc.gatech.edu/coolpac – check out reflection section CoWeb : http://coweb.cc.gatech.edu/cs1315 Both of these are Swiki, nee Squeak,
Call for Papers / Call for Sessions .hist 2006: Geschichte im Netz – Praxis, Chancen, Visionen .hist 2006: History in the Net(work) — Practices, Possibilities, Visions Deadline for CfP: 4 September 2005 Conference will take place from 22 to 24 February 2006 The German history internet project Clio-online , in conjunction with the Humboldt University [...]
Some Clothing of the Middle Ages Marc Carlson’s incomparable site with drawings of extant garments and fragments.
Some extant clothing of the middle ages (photos) Cynthia Virtue’s Extant Clothing of the Middle Ages site.
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/HICSS.2005.387 Abstract The study investigates the impact of weblog use on individual learning in a university environment.
PHOTOMUSE.org – ICP GEH George Eastman House and International Center of Photography Alliance, NYC, are creating an online photo musuem to provide thousands of images.
The Unheard Beethoven MIDI versions of unpublished/unrecorded works of Beethoven. Clunky, but interesting.
Apple – QuickTime – Tutorials – Podcasting