Monthly Archives: March 2009

Lafayette College Piloting WPMu

This tweet from Bryan Alexander,who has been generously tracking the discussions and presentations at the NITLE Instructional Technology Leaders conference, alerted me to an impressive pilot of WordPress Multi-User at Lafayetter College. It’s a fine looking educational publishing paltform, and I really like the way their pilot includes academic courses, administrative offices, student groups, and […] Continue reading

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Fredericksburg Academy Blogs

About three months ago Susan Carter Morgan sent me a message inquiring about the work we are doing with UMW Blogs. She’s an Instructional Technology Coordinator and English teacher locally at the Fredericksburg Academy, and was pretty interested in bringing something like UMW Blogs to her K-12 institution.  We talked briefly back and forth via […] Continue reading

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Spamhaus Issue Finally Resolved

After far too long I finally figured out what was rendering the bava to be unreadable on any IP address recorded on the Spamhaus project. Seems like this anti-spam blog plugin for WPMu was the root cause of the issue. What’s odd about this was that the plugin was intended to ban potential spammers from […] Continue reading

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Blogs@Baruch batting over a 1000

I just read that Blogs@Baruch has recently pushed passed 1,000 users. What?! It seems like only yesterday that this young upstart was clamoring about it’s big debut in September 2008, then wham!, only six months later 1,152 users. Looks like they’re officially exploding! This article in the Baruch newspaper The Ticker does an excellent job […] Continue reading

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