Author Archives: robin

Time flies (projects and more)

So, your might be wondering why I’ve been so quiet. Busy busy busy.I set up my art page on facebook athttp://www.facebook.com/robinfayartsYou do not need to friend me (or even “like” the page) in order to see my photos and artwork.I will be migrating a huge chunk of my art website there, will I redesign it in Drupal (I’m getting rid of all of the stand ...

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GLA / COMO 2008

So, who’s going to GLA/COMO ’08? For the first time in FOREVER it seems, I am not presenting. How’d that happen? 😉 Instead, I’m on the ballot (unopposed) to Chair the Professional And Continuing Education Interest Group (PACE, that is) The problem I always have with conferences is whether to go support my friends/colleagues/coworkers or whether I should only go to those that interest me, ...

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new art, new writings, new music — it’s moonshine

The latest issue of moonshine is up. Whew, that was tough work! The stylesheet has changed to dark with light text for the cover; not sure if I will keep it, but it seemed aprops for the time of year. It almost seems a little too much “me” which I suppose is okay, but I’m going to try to do something completely different with December’s ...

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Help change clinical research for sarcomas (desmoids, etc.)

Desmoids are benign but aggressively invasive tumors. No treatment is 100% successful and there is no known cure. Until most recently there has been very little research done in the United States on Desmoids, and there was not even a foundation or organization to support such research or even to help those diagnosed with Desmoids. Current treatment is surgery (often removing massive amounts of tissue ...

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Looking for writers, creative folk, artists

moonshine could use a couple more creative writing pieces for October’s issue of moonshine arts magazine. Of course, we can always use artist interviews, writings from the studio, book or music reviews, as well as other art related topics. Writers for moonshine are a diverse bunch: graphic artists, painters, poets, photographers, novelists, essayists, computer geeks, art professors & more. Some are professional writers; some are ...

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sigh.

So, the opensource dev group I’ve been working with has hit a snag… or maybe, I’m the only one who has hit the snag. The rest of the group is remarkably quiet — I think it is because some of them haven’t upgraded yet! ;-D I seem to have a broken search template and for the life of me, I can’t make sense of it. ...

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Web2.0 and your library blog (tools)

I finally started loading some of my presentations at slideshare. Hopefully, I will add audio at some point.This presentation was for GLA 2007 and focused on web tools for blogs.Sorry, the links work within slideshare, but the movie does not. ;-( ————–Brief introduction to Web2.0, mashups, RSS, youtube, flickr del.icio.us, and how those tools can be incorporated into a library’s website or blog. Also includes ...

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