Monthly Archives: September 2008

Zotero

As I should have expected, since I started using Zotero 2 weeks ago, I recently received an article about how the company who makes Endnote is suing George Mason University over its release of Zotero – “Maker of EndNote Citation … Continue reading

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One Italian Rant

Since I am still a bit off schedule, allow me one brief rant. What is the deal with musicians in restaurants in Rome? At several places I ate at in Rome, musicians would walk up and start playing an assortment … Continue reading

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A Strange Thing Happened in the Forum

I was recently sight-seeing at the Roman Forum during my stay in Rome. And let me say it was amazing. I was super impressed. Anyway, I was sitting down and resting, I am not young anymore, and took the moment … Continue reading

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PKAP Rolling in Rome

Well, I gave our paper today at the 17th International Congress of Classical Archaeology. The conference site was at the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) building in Rome. It was like addressing the UN, the conference room looked just like … Continue reading

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Too busy

I have to apologize for the lack of posts lately. I have been trying to get ready for a trip to Rome where I will present a paper for PKAP at the XVIIth International Congress of Classical Archaeology. Our paper … Continue reading

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PKAP 09?

Well, planning for PKAP 2009 started today. David, Bill, and I met in Second Life to talk things over. It was a good meeting. For about an hour we talked over lots of things. We started with a wrap up … Continue reading

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Slowed Down

My work this week has been slowed by a broken wrist. The doctor put a cast on me and it has really hampered my computer work. My cast keeps hitting the alt button which then causes all sorts of chaos … Continue reading

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America’s Top Wired Campuses

The latest listing of top wired universities in the US was revealed recently by pcmag.com and Princeton Review.  In an article on pcmag.com, they showcased the top 20 schools and explained what they were looking at in their surveys of … Continue reading

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Chrome?

For the last 2 weeks, at almost every committee meeting I have been to, the subject of Chrome comes up. Chrome is Google’s entry into the browser arena. To be honest, I am sick of it already. These conversations almost … Continue reading

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One last Twitter update….probably

Wired Campus’ article ("Colgate University Has an Official Twitterer. World Yawns." by Scott Carlson) talks about Colgate University’s "official Twitterer"  Ajay Chahar – a freshman at Colgate. You can check out his tweets at http://twitter.com/colgateunvrsty. As the Wired Campus article … Continue reading

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