Monthly Archives: May 2006

Launch of CIRCE Manual

Report from Steve Kimberley, Cambridge: Report of the launch of the CIRCE manual – 21 April 2006; IBM, London. On 21 April, I attended the launch of the CIRCE manual at IBM’s South Bank premises, a corporate facility of the … Continue reading

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Luminous Lint

Luminous Lint hopes “to create the world‘s leading collaborative knowledge-base for the history of photography showing significant vintage and contemporary photography.”  They already have a developing theme on Early landscape photography of the Classical World, and on photographers such as … Continue reading

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OpenDocument Format accepted as ISO standard

from Peter Suber: The OASIS OpenDocument Format (ODF) has been approved as ISO/IEC 26300. ODF is an XML-based, Open Source file specification for the storage of files produced by office productivity applications (word processor documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, etc.). ODF … Continue reading

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Perseus Job Opportunities

Please apply through the Tufts Human Resources WWW site: RESEARCH PROGRAMMER ANALYST Perseus/Classics Tracking Code M06-552 Job Description There are 3 positions available. These are grant-funded, limited appointment positions with an end date of 6/30/2007.

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SketchUp’ed Acropolis in Google Earth

A couple of days ago I blogged that it would be useful to recreate ancient sites with SketchUp and make the results available within Google Earth. Actually it turns out that the Athenian Acropolis (sans Erechtheion) is already available among … Continue reading

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