After reading this list of “10 Things our Kids will Never Worry About Thanks to the...Read More
If you’re like me, you eagerly tried out Google Chrome right when it came out, but the lack of Flash support was an absolute killer. So now I wander back every once in a while (especially when Firefox is crashing). I...Read More
There was an interesting article by Justin Wolfers on the Freakonomics Blog called Puzzling Over the Invisible Economy, about the difference between digital presents and physical presents (we don’t seem to like giving...Read More
I am reading and trying to organize about 200 papers as part of my dissertation research. I have almost all of them as PDF files, and I would not be printing them, except that I need to be able to annotate them easily and the...Read More
This is from a group called Common Craft. It explains how to begin taking advantage of RSS feeds to manage all your blog reading. I’ll confess, I’ve started using Google Reader to manage my blog reading. If I...Read More
As we are currently learning about all of our new technology on campus, and instructors and staff are feeling a bit overwhelmed by learning these new systems, I thought this little YouTube video (forwarded by a friend) is...Read More
I know a lot of people that buy a nice thick novel and bring it on a 2-week vacation in hopes of getting through it on their trip. Well, what do you do if you can get through that thick novel in one plane flight? When I was a...Read More
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