Monthly Archives: December 2008

My Ongoing Identity Crisis

Cole Camplese’s word of the week is identity, which is an interesting follow-up to community. As I commented in my posting on the word community I believe that each person is actually a member of multiple communities and may have … Continue reading

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Triannual DMCA Exemption Fest

One provision of the DMCA act is that every three years, the community can petition for exemptions to the no-hacking clause. A popular theme this year is a request of exemptions which allow users to unlock DRM if the authentication … Continue reading

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Defining “Community” vs Diversity

Cole issued a challenge for the community to define “community”. As it turns, out this question is also relevant to discussions we have been having about whether there is a divide in our community. I think everyone agrees that “community” … Continue reading

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MathML for IE7 Update

My last write-up on MathML indicated that I was having problems implementing MathML on Internet Explorer 7. As it turns out I did get a rapid note from Design Science, the creator of the MathType equation editor which explained that … Continue reading

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Time for a Montenegran Web Site?

While I was Brett’s Gaming Commons blog entry on the totally awesome RJDJ interactive music application for the iPhone, my inner geek noticed that the download was actually from http://rjdj.me with the .me domain I knew about the .tv domain … Continue reading

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MathML Testing & One Weird Benefit

Math ML is one of those standards that has been waiting for implementation for years. It’s been on my list to try “one of these days” and I used an engineering course to try it out. First, it helps that … Continue reading

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