Slashdot | Students Sue Anti-Plagiarism Service “It seems that some students in Virginia are not happy with the anti-plagiarism service Turnitin. The company checks prose submitted by its customers for signs that it has been copied in whole or part by comparing it to a large database of works that it maintains. Trouble is, it […]
Ben writes: in L.M. Montgomery Research Group blog: Orca Books has just published a new picture book titled The Summer of the Marco Polo, based on an event that Montgomery describes in her journals and that also was the subject of two of her earliest publications: an essay, “The wreck of the ‘Marco-Polo,” published in […]
A couple of weeks ago Alex invited us to watch him get virtually interviewed by someone from NBC, and here’s the video clip: a thaumaturgical compendium » Blog Archive » SL on TV. It is typically thin, but that’s TV. Have a look at Alex and his avatar. he does a good job of making […]
I’m talking alot about SL to people who haven’t been there yet… and there’s wonder as to who is using it and why… I knew there was commercialization in a big way, but these are two interesting examples of how far it is going in terms of moving RL experiences into SL: Reebok Brings Scarlett […]
3pointD.com » Blog Archive » Lifecrawler Brings Your Second Life to the Web Lifecrawler is a new service that looks like it will offer residents of the virtual world of Second Life the chance to stream their virtual activities to a Web site, among other things. There’s not a lot of text on the site, […]
3pointD.com » Blog Archive » Alpha Release of Third-Party Thin Client for SL. Most of you don’t care, but the fact that people are building new interfaces to Second Life means that soon enough people will build the sort of interfaces I want 🙂
Noriko in mid-mime Originally uploaded by complicitytheory. cool, eh?
One of my students, Joe, just forwarded me this link to the full version of Dracula. It is the 1931 version with Bela Lugosi. I didn’t know it was avail online!