Monthly Archives: July 2007

Truman.edu redesign update

July 26, 2007

Joseph Baldwin is getting a new look online. The President’s appointed WWW Redesign Committee has been working steadily since January to improve the look and functionality of the Truman site. In addition to a new homepage with spiffy new features, we are also bringing many of the Truman sites under a common template to make … Read More

BCC

July 16, 2007

With BCC (blind carbon copy) you can hide recipients in  email  messages.  Unlike  addresses  in  the  To: or  CC: (carbon  copy)  fields,  addresses  in the BCC: field cannot be seen by other recipients. The most obvious reason for using BCC is to make someone, such as a supervisor or team member, aware of the email … Read More

Tips & Tricks: Quick URL entry

Do you ever get tired of typing the “http://www.” and “.com” when you’re surfing the net?   There is an easier way that works in Internet Explorer and  Firefox. 1.  In the address bar, type the name of the website you want to visit and leave off that stuff. For example, for http://www.google.com, you would just type google. … Read More

BioDiversity Research Institute’s EagleCam

This live webcam is 70 feet up in a white pine tree on the coast of Maine, providing live video of a nesting pair of bald eagles 24 hours a day. These eagles are the most successful pair in the state. They have nested at this site for 13 years, and raised 20 offspring.

Online file conversion

Ever needed to convert a file to a different format? Zamzar.com, for free, will convert any file you upload to a number of formats – including images, documents, music and video files. There’s a 100MB filesize limit, and the converted file is available for download for 24 hours.