One of the courses I took during my final semester of classes at Indiana University SLIS-Indy was Information architecture for the Web. The main project was to create a web site for a small public library in Indiana.
Back in the mid-'90s, during the end of the Star Trek : the Next Generation run, Phil Farrand was running a Nitpicker's website.
I won an online contest earlier this year with SpecGram, the leading journal of satirical linguistics.
This my discussion of an article inThe Chronicle of Higher Education that I posted to the forums of one of my classes at IU-SLIS-Indy.
A box of Huggies baby wipes (very close to the restrooms on the first floor).
How do you save money in a tough economy? Go to the library instead of the bookstore or video place.
First, there was an earthquake in southern Illinois about 5:30 AM eastern daylight time. I didn't feel it, but I heard dogs barking. I though "not again." There was a lost dog who would bark in the courtyard of my apartment complex in November or December; the animal control people finally had to take care of him. This quake measured 5.2 on the Richter scale. There was an aftershock [link broken] at 11:15 that was not as strong, but I noticed it.
Tuesday's LLOTD is a blog-type discussion from the NY Times about copy protection. I did not have to register to read it.