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I use this platform to share things that are of interest to me or things I'll want to reference later. Occasionally other people like these posts, hence "Shared Interests".
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Tag Archives: csus
Scott McGown has started a Mac-users email list for [CSUS]. Here’s Scott’s invitation: >You’re invited to subscribe to the new MACUSERS-L listproc. MACUSERS-L is a discussion list to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information concerning the use and support … Continue reading
I rode my bike to work this morning. I guess I just woke up on the “foolish” side of the bed! It was beautiful but cold: -2°C (28°F). With the “wind” chill from riding, it was about -8°C (17°F). The … Continue reading
A simple, low-cost system to notify transit riders of schedule disruptions… Continue reading
Today’s Sacramento State Bulletin has an article on the University Village housing survey. Interesting how much emphasis is on the faculty responses, considering they are only about a third of the respondents (196/551). Given that: Staff seemed particularly interested in … Continue reading
Although not directly related to the University Village (aka Ramona Village), there are some features of the Transit Village transportation plan that might impact the university’s housing village. Continue reading
I dug up a bit more on the CSUS “housing village” project in the Oct. 24 CSUS Bulletin: University Village planning. Be sure to check out the concept plan — I found the text on the plan difficult to read, … Continue reading
An interesting “housing village” project developing at CSUS. Will it be truly pedestrian-oriented, or will they fall into the typical auto-centric traps? Continue reading
A web page generated by University Enterprises (formerly the CSUS Foundation) is only viewable by unimpaired users of IE and possibly Netscape. Continue reading
Quick! What’s more important–an official site or some private blog? Continue reading