The following describes how to configure the network settings of LaserJet 4 printer equipped with a JetDirect networking card. As described in an earlier post, the printer is an HP LaserJet 4 (HP model no. C2001A) with an Adobe PostScript Level 2 module (HP part no. C2080A), a 4 MB memory upgrade [...]
Today I had to send in my MacBook Pro laptop for repairs due to a possibly failed logic board. No matter. I was given a loaner by our good tech support people at the College. And I had used Time Machine for my backups. In the span of less than an hour, I was able [...]
Back by popular demand, here’s a Manitoba Fall Supper map for 2009.
Dates and locations for this year’s map were gathered from several online sources as well as from detailed information I’ve received from readers. Although I would have [...]
The Economist notes serious problems with new passport and identification technologies. Among the numerous issues is that new passports can broadcast the citizenship of the passport holder. This has been demonstrated to dramatic effect:
Google Scholar is already a handy tool for quickly scanning the academic research landscape. I’ve found a couple of additional features that extend its capabilities even further than the vanilla version. These features can be activated and set from the Scholar Preferences link (login required).
Google has made available a new Friend Connect component called Conversations. It allows for threaded discussions that can take place on a single web site or across multiple web sites. Here’s a simple demonstration of a global conversation taking place on multiple web sites.
There’s been a flurry of commentary surrounding the revelation that Elsevier was instrumental in publishing fake journals. It’s not only a serious offense insofar as scientific inquiry is concerned, but it also casts a hard, glaring light on much of what is wrong with the journal publishing model. The Association of College & [...]
Zotero can be made to search the journals database at Central Michigan University. If you’re a Central Michigan University student with an appropriate login, you can use this feature to quickly find full-text articles through Zotero.
For newcomers to Zotero, here are pointers to the resources you need to get started. You’ll need the Firefox web browser, the Zotero plugin for Firefox, and the Zotero plugin for your word processor. If you need a word processor, I recommend OpenOffice.
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About the authorOrest Kinasevych is a digital media and publishing technologies instructor and consultant. He currently holds a faculty position at Red River College in Winnipeg, Canada. Orest has worked as a publishing technologies consultant to clients in publishing, pharmaceutical, travel information and financial industries across the U.S., Europe and Asia.
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