On Wed, 5 Jan 2005, Holly B Parker wrote:
> Given this article and the increased interest on campus, what does
> support for Spring 05 at UVM look like? Have we purchased a full
> license for MT?
Not that I'm aware of. We're planning on spending more time on MT mass
deployment abilities later this month. There have been several major new
projects that we've been swamped with the last two months, so writing the
MT mass deployment scripts hasn't happened. It should soon.
> Keith and Mike, please let me know your thoughts.
At this point, we just need to license the server, and write the blog
creation scripts. I hope to get to that in the coming weeks.
If you have a few people who need blogs sooner than that, I can create
them manually for now.
> Quoting Steve Cavrak <[log in to unmask]>:
> > The state of blogging
> > Seattle PI
> > January 03, 2005
> > The latest Pew Internet Survey  indicates that Americans are taking
> > to blogs.
> > Among the findings: blog readership jumped 58 percent last year and 27
> > percent of adult U.S. Internet users -- or 32 million people -- now use
> > them. And 7 percent have created blogs -- that's more than 8 million
> > people.
> > According to Pew, bloggers are more likely to be male, under 30,
> > well-educated, relatively well off financially and have broadband at
> > home (a whopping 70 percent!). On the other hand, new blog readers are
> > somewhat more "mainstream," with greater-than-average audience growth
> > among women, minorities, 30-to-49ers and dialup users.
> > On the flip side, 62 percent of Internet users still don't know what
> > blogs are.
> >  Pew Internet and American Lide Project: Blogosphere, The State of
> > Blogging, http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/144/report_display.asp
> > Category: March of progress
> > Posted by Brian Chin at January 3, 2005 01:23 AM
> > http://blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com/buzz/archives/004060.html
> Holly B. Parker M.Ed.
> Academic Services Professional Senior
> Center for Teaching and Learning
> University of Vermont
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Mike Austin The University of Vermont
UNIX Systems Programmer http://www.uvm.edu/~mga/