Archive for December, 2006
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Futurama was a damn fine show, and I’m appreciating it anew over the holidays. As I spend hour after hour in front of the telly with my laptop, watching Futurama re-runs, I want to take a moment to recognize the beauty of Turanga Leela. I read a lot of novels, and [...]
I published my first two journal articles this year and because I was a coward and had never published before and was terrified of the whole thing I just signed everything they gave me and I never negotiated for open access or any of my author rights. I need to review the contracts I signed, [...]
Via Ed Summers, I see that linux.com is running an article on evergreen. Also, Art Rhyno has announced that the University of Windsor is going to change their system over to Evergreen.
I haven’t had a chance to install evergreen yet, but I have had the funding approved for the library-in-a-box project to buy a [...]
The “Scholar’s Lab”, where I work at the library, provides expert help in all kinds of research areas, including statistics. One of our stats experts sent us all this today. It’s brilliant. I think we’re all getting a little punch drunk ahead of going away for the holidays: