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Friday
May072010

Bamboo Project Partners Meeting

I am at the Bamboo Project Partners Meeting today in Chicago at the Big 10 Conference Center in Park Ridge, IL. This meeting has been a great discussion about joining efforts in humanities computing and services. I think this project will do alot for everyone in digital humanities, not just the Bamboo Project Partners.

Thursday
May062010

IU RT Major Project Review

This morning am at the IU RT Major Project Review. Very good - especially Scott McAuley's overview of history of NSF Supercomputing Funding.

Thursday
Apr012010

BRTF Symposium Today in DC

I am at the BRTF Symposium today in DC - for those who could not make it - it is being streamed live at vidizmo - http://brtf.vidizmo.com

Tuesday
Mar232010

Educause MWRC10 Closing Panel

Check out this panel featuring Linda Jorn, Melissa Woo, David Dodd, and myself at the Educause Midwest Regional Conference 2010. The panel was moderated by Jim Koenig and features some excellent discussion from our wonderful audience at the Intercontinental Hotel in Chicago, IL.

 

Friday
Mar192010

Code4Lib 2011 Voting for Host Site

So we still have voting going on for the 2011 Code4Lib Conference. It is between Bloomington - Vancouver - and New Haven. If you are into code4lib and have not voted please do so. See below.

Voting is only open until midnight on Tuesday, March 23rd, so vote now!


To vote:


1. Go to the ballot - http://vote.code4lib.org/election/index/15
2. Log in using your code4lib.org credentials (register for an account if you haven't done so already).
3. Click on a host's name to reveal a link to the full proposal.
4. Assign each proposal a rank from 0 to 3, 0 being least desirable and 3 being the most. Please keep the conference requirements and desirables in mind as you make your selection.
5. Once you are satisfied with your rankings, click "Cast your ballot".

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