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MediaWiki/WordPress User Integration: One step closer to a bling bling bliki!

Update: I tested this extension with WPMU to no avail. Looks like it works only with single WP installs 2.1 or higher with MediaWiki installs that are PHP 4 based (I got it to work with version 1.6.8). Alan Levine … Continue reading

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“It’s a movement…”

As we gear up for Faculty Academy 2007, I’d like to throw something out there. Matt Mullenweg, founding developer of WordPress, recently blogged about how his labor of love with WordPress over the last four years might be re-purposed by … Continue reading

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Faculty Academy 2007: One School to Rule them All

Well, it’s hard to believe, but the University of Mary Washington’s Faculty Academy is just five short days away -May 16th and 17th. For those of you who may be new to it, this is a unique event that has … Continue reading

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Thinking History Digitally

Tomorrow a few of DTLT’s finest are going to meet with some folks from the History and Historical Preservation departments to talk about the technological possibilities for the emerging Center for Digital History at UMW (nothing official yet!). This is … Continue reading

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Open, Connected, and Social

D’Arcy Norman has already announced the (MAC) Learning Environments presentation that will take place this Wednesday, April 25, 1:00pm EST (10:00am Pacific, 11:00am Mountain, etc…). D’Arcy, Brian Lamb, and Alan Levine will be re-visiting some of the generative ideas from … Continue reading

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Exploring a few WPMU plugins

I recently got inspired, so I returned to the ELS blogs site to see what was going on in the world of WordPress Multi-User plugins (as well as to test Simple Pie on WPMU -which works beautifully!). I’m glad I … Continue reading

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