- RT @DrupalCamp_ATL: IT'S LIVE!! The 2013 Drupalcamp Atlanta website! Sign-up today & submit sessions! http://t.co/fI7IfD0xIs (please retwe… 09:03:55, 2013-08-30
- RT @radar: Intention.js http://t.co/zeqO9s6lbG Tool for responsive design that manipulates the DOM via HTML attributes 09:19:40, 2013-08-30
- @aabibliographer @EJWalters @kevinokeefe @VigneshR Here's my talk on getting law reviews into EPUB from 2011 http://t.co/DVMQrGqR13 in reply to aabibliographer 14:18:31, 2013-08-30
- @aabibliographer @EJWalters @kevinokeefe @VigneshR And @caliorg offers free CC licensed casebooks in EPUB at http://t.co/acLbVVCP4C in reply to aabibliographer 14:20:55, 2013-08-30
- RT @CMLawLibrary: New blog post: Free Ebook – Law School Materials for Success http://t.co/qEJF9rauw8 14:41:50, 2013-08-30
- Kind of surprised at the number of law schools with either no RSS feeds or feeds that are seriously broken. No news to share? 16:33:28, 2013-08-30
- @DanBlackaby Maybe. But if someone were putting together a site that aggregates law school news, they may want to be included. in reply to DanBlackaby 16:44:23, 2013-08-30
- From my blog: Intention.js Allows You To Restructure HTML In Response To Just About Anything | <CONTENT /> v.6 http://t.co/iRwEbJX6hn 17:31:00, 2013-08-30
- RT @espiekermann: Are you as confused as I am when it comes to type sizes on the web? Read this and you won’t be any longer: http://t.co/uR… 20:25:11, 2013-08-30
Intention.js offers a light-weight and clear way to dynamically restructure HTML in a responsive manner.
Easily increase layout options and flexibility, reducing development time and lessening the necessity of media-query-driven stylesheet overrides.
- CHARLESTON, S.C.: Sale of Charleston School of Law confirmed – Politics Wires – http://t.co/aoC9m73RUB http://t.co/QPaeNXKIKA 08:51:32, 2013-08-29
- RT @richards1000: MT @JerseyLVI2013: In our latest featured abstract Brian Detweiler looks at open access legal resources in the US http://… 09:37:44, 2013-08-29
- Wondering about all this chatter about conversations on Twitter.. Wait, people still use Twitter's apps? Interesting… 11:57:40, 2013-08-29
- RT @caliorg: Welcome to #lawschool ! CALI is here to help! We have over 900 FREE tutorials for you http://t.co/CZ3IzwKIh1 Ask librarian f… 12:00:25, 2013-08-29
- @sglassmeyer Might be a better idea to just get your own cat. in reply to sglassmeyer 12:01:15, 2013-08-29
- RT @caliorg: Be a pioneer of the open #lawschool casebook. Call for proposals – @CALIorg eLangdell Press http://t.co/20YuLSnE2B 12:16:21, 2013-08-29
- @sglassmeyer Like that he opens with "You will never graduate law school 'practice ready,' no matter what your dean tells you." Says a lot. in reply to sglassmeyer 13:25:38, 2013-08-29
- The Walking Dead: the consequences of living with a legacy PHP framework http://t.co/SvyIUQL7TG [a reminder to please stay current.] 14:31:44, 2013-08-29
- RT @shannondegan: Flexbooks help Georgia district keep up with math mandates http://t.co/2C4bgOY7cl @Smaj40 @DavidHo85543045 @mmacguinness … 20:42:33, 2013-08-29
This looks like a great way to add encryption to web apps. Found out about it from Dave Winer’s mention of it in his announcement about the addition of encryption to Fargo. Seems like something that will be of use as I look into things like annotation schemes for ebooks and the Free Law Reporter. May also be of use for things like A2J Author as it moves to a browser based editor.
- @sglassmeyer I am ready. Testing a slightly different setup that gets away from the headset thing. I think it'll work. in reply to sglassmeyer 11:03:33, 2013-08-28
- Small colleges are putting the same administrator in charge of IT and libraries | Inside Higher Ed http://t.co/IZEc39OZhG 14:10:47, 2013-08-28
- RT @trbruce: We're going. #opendata2013
Data Transparency 2013 • The Future of Open Data Policy http://t.co/7kX1F2AAl7 14:14:02, 2013-08-28
- @JanetLindenmuth Would you send me the URL and the error and I'll take look? Should go http://t.co/MhejCUxT6F more or less. @sglassmeyer in reply to JanetLindenmuth 19:32:26, 2013-08-28
More than a tenth of college chief information technology officers are also in charge of campus libraries, a sign of the rapid digitization of scholarship and the desire of small colleges to consolidate administrative functions.About 12 percent of CIOs oversee libraries, according to annual surveys by the Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officer Studies. The surveys suggest the arrangement is appealing mostly to smaller colleges at this point. “You get smaller institutions and a good percentage are community colleges,” said Wayne Brown, the centers founder.
As this trend continues, I wonder if we’ll see it spread to law schools? Many law school IT operations live inside the library as it is, so it would make some sense. Of course it also raises the possibility of having the law library ultimately run by a non-librarian.
- RT @sglassmeyer: Lawschool printing again and again and again #teknoids http://t.co/puEuNXnPxy 07:51:23, 2013-08-27
- RT @sglassmeyer: For #lawschool innovation to succeed, we gotta stop thinking of each other as competitors and start working together and s… 13:36:01, 2013-08-27
- Flipping Law School Classes | Best Practices for Legal Education http://t.co/1MxtkXKdLM 16:24:12, 2013-08-27
- RT @TechCrunch: StackOverflow Co-Founder Jeff Atwood Builds A $150 Keyboard For Coders (And Others Who Type All Day) http://t.co/yOzppCGahX… 22:13:35, 2013-08-27
- RT @robertDouglass: An Acquia IPO could come as soon as the second half of 2014 http://t.co/fBf3RZRiui #drupal 07:35:55, 2013-08-26
- The Digital Public Library of America seeks Director of Technology to lead digital infrastructure & technology staff http://t.co/m6lbokSSrh 09:46:22, 2013-08-26
- RT @MarkRoquet: Six @DukeLawSchool journals move to digital-only format http://t.co/QfikqppTm7 12:55:02, 2013-08-26
- RT @drtriathlon: More videos in our Critical Thinking playlist. Use 'em for blended learning, review, or whatever you'd like! #edtech http:… 12:55:21, 2013-08-26
- From my blog: GitHub Now Renders CSV and TSV Files As Tables | <CONTENT /> v.6 http://t.co/w6EhIcl0Kl 15:11:23, 2013-08-26
Anyone who pays any attention to Web servers knows that Apache is the most popular Web server. What only professional Web developers and administrators know is that Nginix, a high-performance, open-source Web server, is battling with Microsoft’s Internet Information Services (IIS) for second place.
Now, in order to leapfrog IIS and claim the No. 2 spot for itself, Nginx (pronounced Engine-X) has announced the availability of Nginx Plus, a fully supported version of the server program. This new version comes not only with professional support services, which have been available since February 2012, but with additional features. The commercial version has been developed and supported by Nginx’s core engineering team and is available on a subscription basis starting at $1,350 per instance per year.
- @johnpmayer CMIS links together to 2 or more CMSs that are CMIS compliant, like Drupal for web + Alfresco for doc and process management. in reply to johnpmayer 10:59:59, 2013-08-25
- RT @fgbjr: A fresh version of #FreeLawFerret, a US case law linker for any web page, is now out http://t.co/YdErYzLBBe @aallnet #c4ljp @dch… 11:04:22, 2013-08-25