April, 2007

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April, 2007

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    Word 2007 - Citations, Bibliography, and Equation Editor

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    Here's a video from on10.net of the Citations, Bibliography, and Equation Editor features I mentioned previously - Word 2007 - Academic features: citation & bibliography tools To jump right to the Citation part - jump to the 3 min mark. Office 2007...
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    i-Society 2007. Call for eScience and e-Health papers

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    Wanted to make sure all you eScience folks are aware of this i-Society 2007 Conference - good opportunity for paper submissions...also note the following "Proposals for special sessions are invited from both industry and academia " - Great to see the...
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    Tony Hey to keynote at OGF 20

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    I won't be at OGF20 (attending W3C's WWW 2007 instead) but my manager, Tony Hey , will be there. He will be delivering one of the two keynotes. His working title is "The Social Grid" and this is the abstract: The community has been making rapid progress...
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    MSDN Nuggets

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    Just ran across the MSDN Nugget resource - I like the short takes on the topics and the ability to download them and watch them on the road. MSDN Nuggets Don't have the time to read a 10-page how-to article or watch a full length webcast? Try an MSDN...
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    Future Personal Rapid Transit system on MS Campus?

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    Ran across this video of a PRT system on SoapBox - It would be nicer than the current shuttle system. more info at www.bettercampus.org It's an updated vision of the Morgantown Personal Rapid Transit project - which I had the pleasure to ride on a few...
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    Zoomatron-NOAA Charts, MapCruncher, and Virtual Earth

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    Very neat mashup utiizing Virtual Earth and MapCruncher - I really like the Mississippi Meanders one. NOAA Charts and Virtual Earth Choose a state from the dropdown to the left, and then pick a chart to look at. These are government-issue navigation charts...
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