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AmberMac Speaks at DePaul

Amber (MacArthur) Mac will be speaking at DePaul on the topic of Inside the Facebook Generation - The Unspo­ken Rules.  

  • Date: April 5, 2010
  • Time: 12:00-1:00 pm
  • Place: 8005 DPC (DePaul Center, 1 E. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60604)

To attend, RSVP by March 29 to Erin Espeland:

  • 312-362-5202

The End of Publishing (via BoingBoing)


2010 This is DePaul Student Photography Contest

The 2010 This is DePaul Student Photography Contest site is now live.

The contest, which is being sponsored by EM&M, is a way to collect user generated content (in this case photos) from current students that will help tell the DePaul story to prospective students.

Submissions begin on March 29th, time to get out your cameras.....


Flourish, The Free and Open Source Software conference is taking place in Chicago this Thursday and Friday. DePaul’s own Massimo Di Pierro will be presenting a workshop on Web2py.

For more information, and to RSVP, visit the Flourish website.

Advice for the Google Online Marketing Challenge

For the third year running, the course project for MKT 595 will be the Google Online Marketing Challenge. I have sent out details to all currently registered students, but I would like to reiterate that there is a wealth of resources on the Internet to help you excel in the project.

One resource that I want to highlight is Theresa Flaherty’s blog (The Marketing Bridge). The 2009 GOMC Americas winner came from James Madison University, and was taught by Theresa. The team of Rachel Bruton, Meredith Rauh and Brandon Sockwell, worked with a local tour operator,

On Theresa’s blog you will discover relevant and timely advice. Highly recommended.

New Look, And A New Blog

Since Blogger FTP is no more, I have been looking out for a quick and easy way to blog on my Condor pages at DePaul. I contemplated using iWeb, but ultimately decided upon RapidWeaver. I have used this opportunity to update the template for this site - which now has a slightly cheesy Blackboard look... Very academic.

The old blog can still be found, but I am thinking about importing the posts into RapidWeaver (when I have both time and the inclination).

The site is slowly being migrated. This might introduce to odd issue. Normal service will be resumed shortly.
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