I was graciously invited to read some of my poetry on the 2008 edition of the Princeton Public Library’s Poetry Podcast, which allows poets to share their work visually and verbally in podcast form. It’s a fantastic way to share this kind of information using technology (one of my favorites, WordPress) but also a very fitting and poignant way to celebrate National Poetry Month.
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Thanks again to the kind, brilliant, hard working folks at Princeton Public Library for making this possible.
Below is a video and slideshow from my presentation to Rider University OIT on the benefits of implementing WordPress MU as a service. I think it went well.
Thu Apr 10 10am – 12pm
(Timezone: Eastern Time)
Princeton Jewish Center (map)
Calendar: John LeMasney Presentation Schedule
“What’s so great about Mozilla Firefox & Thunderbird?”
The greatest thing about both (about:config)
Choosing and installing Firefox extensions,
Working with Tabs and Splitting Windows (split browser and tabs plus),
Securing your browser (pitfalls),
Personalizing the search bar (mycroft project),
Better, more delicious bookmarks (delicious bookmarks),
Choosing and installing Thunderbird extensions,
Organizing email with tags and folders (imap via gmail, local folders),
Setting filters (spam, tags, and stars)
Customizing replies (color quotes, reply headers)
Working with photos and attachments (launchy, favorite folders)
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