Archive for February, 2005
Do people even read these things?
Ever tried to write the blurb that goes on a plaque or award? It’s not exactly easy — too much hyperbole and the award’s meaningless — too plain and the award’s boring. It took four people and three drafts to write a grand total of 41 words.
OU President David Boren announces Devon Energy Hall (with me on-stage in the background)
This is old news from November 8th, but it’s still news. The College of Engineering has officially announced a brand new facility for Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science. You can read a little bit more about it at this article (I’m quoted). I also got to announce the new building, and FINALLY got to meet President Boren. I tried to find a larger picture, but that’s the best one I could get. If you squint you can see that that’s me on the left.
Check out my profile on IBM’s Extreme Blue site. Cool! I actually wasn’t aware they were actually planning on posting that. I wonder when they’ll actually tell me about it.
I’ve finally broken down and updated my site. After a good 3-4 years of “coming soon” it’s finally arrived. Any thoughts? The site’s based around the blogger.com system (modified, of course).