Monthly Archives: October 2007

New look for Stratepedia.org

October’s been a busy month here at Stratepedia World HQ–on top of the new¬†guidebooks¬†and the blog facelift, we’ve just unwrapped a new look for Stratepedia’s main page. Amber’s putting her Photoshop chops to good use–watch the bulletin board to grow … Read

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Leopard: Initial impressions

I installed Leopard on my laptop this morning. Pretty smooth sailing–I did a fresh backup of my hard drive and an erase-and-install of the new OS. This does mean I have to reinstall all my programs and files, but it … Read

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Why I’m excited about Leopard

Apple’s new Mac operating system, version 10.5 (Leopard), was released to much fanfare last Friday. You can read all about it. There’s been lots of talk over the weekend about the souped-up interface and the built-in backup software, but here … Read

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Content Enhancement Library users’ manual now on Stratepedia Guidebooks server

I’ve moved the easy-to-miss Content Enhancement Library users’ manual to a more convenient place–it now resides alongside the Learning Labs Guidebook (released last week) on the Stratepedia Guidebooks site. Like the Learning Labs Guidebook, the Content Enhancement Library Guidebook is … Read

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Stratepedia Blog overhaul

If you can read this, you’re at the new and improved Stratepedia Blog. Hi! More soon, but in the meantime I wanted to point out a couple of changes: If you bookmarked something here you’ll have to bookmark it again. … Read

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Learning Labs Guidebook now available

Amber and I have completed the first edition of the Learning Labs Guidebook. This step-by-step guide to getting things done in the Learning Labs, from setting up an account to sharing information in a database–is available online at http://guides.stratepedia.org/doku.php?id=learning_labs_guidebook. The … Read

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