|Tuesday, August 06, 2002|
New Mexico IMC Site Relaunched
The New Mexico IMC is a local group affiliated the global Independent Media Center. We started our local group last fall. We got off to a good start, but then interested faded a bit during the early part of this year.
Originally we were hosted on a server run by the Philadelphia IMC, running the Standard Active software for IMCs. Philly had some serious hardware problems back in June. So we moved the site to an IMC server hosted by the Albuquerque Bandwidth Coop. In the process we switched to using the dadaIMC software.
dadaIMC was easy for us to setup and manage. Now the harder work for us remains: network with local activists so that the site is used.
|Friday, March 29, 2002|
This is my son, Isaiah. I could tell you that he's the cutest kid in the whole world, but you wouldn't believe me.
He's got his own website. I'll probably convert it over to a Radio site, if I continue using RU.
|Thursday, March 28, 2002|
I'm considering using Frontier in a project. A week ago I emailed Userland "customer service" asking for an evaluation copy of Frontier. This is what their webpage says to do.
A week has now passed and I've heard nothing from them. I even sent a follow up email. Two phone calls during business hours got an answering machine. I've been a reader of Scripting News for four years and have casually followed Frontier and Radio. Now there's a good chance I'll decide to buy their product and they're making it very difficult.
Has the Internet spoiled me, or is a week too long to wait for a response?
Thanks for the link
Looking through the server logs, I saw a big spike in traffic. Welcome to all the readers of Workbench, Rogers Cadenhead's weblog. If you haven't checked it out, you should. It's definitely one of the best on the PyCS server :)
|Wednesday, March 27, 2002|
Thanks to Phillip
Many thanks to Phillip Pearson for writing PyCS and hosting these sites. Phillip, do you need any help? I'm a Python programmer... I'd also like to know more about what your plans are for the code and hosting sites.
|Friday, March 22, 2002|