Tag Archives: open source

MSDNAA: Windows 7 Now Available to GSLIS Students via Webstore

The Webstore now has an MSDNAA (Microsoft Developers Network Academic Alliance) version of Windows 7 available for GSLIS students to download free of charge!  Windows 7 is set to be released to the general public on October 22nd, but select departments can get it before the release date through the MSDNAA program. The file is read more »

Website of the Week: on Women in Open Source

This week’s Website of the Week is a transcript of Kirrily Robert’s keynote at OSCON. Some slides, along with a link to the entire slide set and a video, are included. “Standing Out in the Crowd” is a talk on women working in open source. Robert discusses the overall demographics of open source, and two read more »

Website of the Week

This week’s website is my good friend Lauren’s post about her trip to the Open Video Conference in New York City. Lauren’s not a librarian, but as someone who works with digital media, she has similar interests, and so sums up rather well why LIS professionals should be interested in open video: “Video currently lags read more »