Tuesday, January 20, 2009


Since I am now in a search for a proper external hard drive or other storage medium to store my accumulating collection of videos and photographs (mostly of my adorable 6 month old), I was quite intrigued this morning to hear an update on the status of "GDrive," the rumored online storage service from none other than Google.

You can see the story on Search Engine Land at:
GDrive: It’s Alive! — Or So It Appears

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Monday, January 19, 2009

A New Year

A busy quarter at Drexel has kept me from posting for the past few months. There is a lot going on however. I went to ASIST in October for the first time and had a great time meeting people and listening to a lot of great presentations.

I hope to post more regularly in the coming weeks.

One of the things I'm thinking about now is access to information for programmers and other technical folks, especially at the introductory/tutorial level. Is this information organized and easily accessible on the Internet? I think it may be a matter of finding the right search string or error message to dump into Google. I think this type of access would be complemented nicely by browsable list of resources. Does anyone know of a good one(s)?