It’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to just read/browse some blogs and web sites. Even though I have a mountain of things to do, I figure that I ought to take at least some time on this “holiday” to do some point around. So I did, and here’s some of what I found:
- Mohawke’s Best of the Best Free and Open Source Software Collection. I’m particularly interested in the list for the Mac, but they have a lot of other stuff for other operating systems, of course.
- Some interesting info on Accessibility Workshops from cbd. This might come in handy for my “Writing for the World Wide Web” class.
- “Hackers Dissect Apple TV to Create the Cheapest Mac Ever.” This probably isn’t going to be the way we go to update our computer labs.
- Here’s an interesting portfolio (I’d probably give it an A).
- It sounds like Cheryl Ball had a great time speaking at Creighton, the gig I had last year. I concur with all her observations about the local beers and the groovy downtown area.
- Via John Walter’s blog, I found the initial issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly, and I can already see that I need to take a look at “Tenure, Promotion and Digital Publication” given that I am probably going to be revising my ironically disappeared essay, “Where Do I List This on My CV?”
Alright, this extended beyond Easter. Now it’s time to get back to work, and busy BUSY week of work it’s going to be.