9.18.2006

ITN Visitor seeks Residency

ITN Visitor seeks Residency: "A 1’ 8' long 32oz silver haired burglar was caught earlier this morning in the offices of ITNAmerica™ (90 Bridge St Westbrook)."

Transportation Keeps Seniors out of nursing homes

Transportation Keeps Seniors out of nursing homes: "Mary Austin is no longer able to drive, but she is still able to catch the bus to visit her grandchildren in Massachusetts, go to her favorite hairdresser and even hit the gym at 6 a.m. She may no longer be behind the wheel, but she still has the freedom a car offers."

9.17.2006

ITN Visitor seeks Residency

A 1' 8" long 32oz silver haired burglar was caught earlier this morning in the offices of ITNAmerica� (90 Bridge St Westbrook).

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7.14.2006

A great loss

A great friend and mentor of mine died yesterday. Howard Mosher web master of the University of Maine died July 13th. He was a good boss, friend, and great mentor to me. He will be deeply missed.

5.08.2006

Layered campus map

I was hopeing this would one day replace the front of the UMaine map, but I don't know if anyone will ever see it. At least people that look at my blog can have a gander.

http://cordova.asap.um.maine.edu/~czuprynai/maptest/map.php

4.24.2006

The project that has become the bain of my exsistance

Link: http://www.umaine.edu/umweb/rss/rssfeeds2.asp

This is a great ASP aggregation site I developed with Ben Greeley... it aggregates most feeds except one. The Umaine spatial engineering feed seems impossable to aggregate using the asp code we are using. I have worked on this thing for weeks and weeks and would love to see it live before I graduate, but I have no idea why it won't work.
Great way to get you UMaine news all on one page...

New UMaine Locator

Link: http://www.umaine.edu/umweb/newlocator/

This is the new highly database driven UMaine locator. It includes more dynamic building view (with departments listed and links to the department's site). The campus section view features a newly design compass (designed by yours truely). THe compass allows navigation from a sigular point instead of being spread out... its also pretty nice looking as well.