There’s nothing more frustrating running a web site only to receive complaints that it “doesn’t work” in some specific version of a browser. The major culprit almost always seems to be Internet Explorer – I’ll leave the philosophical debate why this might be the case for another day. 317 more words
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Sometimes it doesn’t pay to be the first in your field. Scrivener started off as an innovative fledgling among writing apps back in 2007 and now is a piece of software used by writers, researchers and journalists around the globe. 1,696 more words
OCLC Research is presenting a free webinar called “Inside the Digital Public Library of America” Presented by Dan Cohen. From the description:
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In this OCLC Research Distinguished Seminar Series presentation, Dan Cohen goes behind the scenes to discuss how the DPLA was created, how it functions as a portal and platform, what the staff is currently working on, and what’s to come for the young project and organization.
News reports are appearing about Microsoft offering free and legal versions of Word, Excel, OneNote, and PowerPoint via cloud access. Readers may be aware that Microsoft is pushing Office 365 as a subscription based alternative to installing the application suite on a computer. 252 more words