So in Tuesday’s class the part that was of most use for my group, or so I believe, is the function of the time line based in google spreadsheets. This will allow the time line to be edited by users after we’re done with it, which contributes to the information and timeline’s permanence on the web. Even if the original site becomes outdated, at least the code for the site will remain.
I actually have to agree with Matt’s post concerning del.icio.us, and it being pretty much useless. I have tried numerous* times to use the digital bookmarking site and I personally would rather just use my own bookmarking system and be done with it. I do however understand the implications that come from a digital bookmarking system in which I can share with my group the sites I’ve found that relate to our project. That is helpful, but I would like to hear from some of you who have utilized the bookmarking site,** I sure hope its going better for you.
In Cobbgoblin related news, I lost my iPod. I’m not sure how many of you actually have lost yours before, but its pretty much the end of the world, or losing an appendage. So as of recent I have spent my time browsing ebay for an iPhone. But here is the catch, I don’t wanna pay more than 60$ for it. Mainly because I can’t allocate*** the funds for such a purchase. Basically what I’m saying is as of today I’m starting the “Buy Austin an iPhone Fund.”****
And now for a very history moment of zen.
* So like twice
** Not Dr. McClurken… I’m almost certain he knows what he’s doing there
*** Man this word a day calendar is AWESOME!
**** For details***** please see Austin.
***** Details cost about 5$ apiece.