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January 15, 2002 By Dr Abel Scribe PhD

Student's Guide to Chicago Style

The Student's Guide to Chicago Style shows how to format and document research papers in the Chicago-Turabian style. The Guide includes...

February 19, 2012 By Esidian

RideSchedulesCTA

The RideSchedulesCTA App is a full-featured schedule feed reader for Chicago Transit Authority buses and trains. Download official...

January 19, 2009 by

Obama and Ed Tech

Today, we inaugurate the first president to ever own a BlackBerry, to ever have a Twitter account, and to ever use the Internet to build and win a grassroots campaign. Obviously, hopes are high among those of us in Ed Tech for a very different sort of presidency when it comes to education funding.

February 4, 2002 By Dekart

Knight

Logical game with very simple rules: you have to fill all cells step by step moving like chess knight. Very good way to kill time and...

April 15, 2007 by

Keeping CA's engine running

Back in his comfort zone of running the IT functions of a business, CA CIO Dave Hansen shares his priorities for 2007 and explains why CIOs are moving up the value chain.

March 26, 2002 by

Self-inflicted wounds may scar Java

Sign of the times: Java is the No. 1 programming language taught in colleges--by far. But Microsoft and products that do not comply with industry-sanctioned standards threaten to splinter developers.

July 15, 1999 by

It's the sales force, stupid!

I just spent a wonderful day attending the Multimedia User's Group meetingat Abbott Labs, north of Chicago. It's called the Multimedia User's Groupmeeting, because its real name, The Abbott Labs Macintosh User Group is nolonger permitted by corporate policy.

May 27, 1999 by

iMac: The easiest PC to use?

One of Apple's long-term strengths has been the ease of use of the Macintosh. In head-to-head competition with Windows, the Mac OS is always easier to use.

July 22, 1998 by

Crabb clears the Linux record

"Dear Don: Did you have to wash off the germs after mentioning Linux [in a recent article]? I ask because you seem quite loathe to mention this rather significant development in the computing world in articles or in your many goddamn (standard gratuitous curse) [media] appearances.

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