I’ve had one of these weeks where everything seems to go wrong. Because of this – I am having a little trouble writing a blog this week. I’m sure you (and you and you) have been there at some point. This week I turned in 2 more rough cuts for Continue reading Week #06 : Hit a Slow Down
This week I finished up most of the shooting and started editing. I found the edit to be more intense than I expected with a need for extra stylization in After Effects. I used Photoshop, Premiere, and AE for the edit. I am going to need more time for the Continue reading Week #04: Amelie Inspired Edit and Freeware
After a successful face-to-face meeting in Santa Barbara between mentor and intern, we have a nine week project timeline. A major goal for this project this summer is to develop a workflow and templates for making screencasts as a product, so the beginning weeks will be spent researching tools (Week Continue reading Choosing screencast software – Screencast Tutorials, Week #1
Did you know you can use Moby’s music for your no-budget, non-profit type projects? You can! Here’s a link: http://www.mobygratis.com A track or two might end up in a DataONE video too. On a positive note : it looks like the graphic packages are going to spice up the projects Continue reading Moby Music & Scripts: Internship Week #02
I have settled on some “boilerplate” for tagging posts originally generated via e-mail. I have employed it on a few posts so far. Below is the text I have settled on: Note: the following is posted in the DataONE Data Science Open Notebook as part of an ongoing research effort Continue reading Open Notebook Science – Tagging Posts Concerning Correspondence
Note: the following is posted in the DataONE Data Science Open Notebook as part of an ongoing research effort concerning “Open Notebook Science.” From: Dave Vieglais [redacted] Sent: Monday, November 19, 2012 11:46 AM To: Jessel, Tanner Monroe Cc: Dave Vieglais; Mitchell, Chad Matthew Subject: Re: Request for File – Continue reading Archived Documents: Archiving Two .XLS Documents in Sharepoint
Yesterday evening I received correspondence from Dr. Amber Budden, Director for Community Engagement and Outreach. She inquired if I had accidentally posted my most recent open notebook log entitled “DataONE Sharepoint – E-Mailing Attachments to Sharepoint.” I see this as an understandable inquiry because this entry was “Pressed” from my Continue reading Open Notebook Science – is it a blog or not?
From: Jessel, Tanner Monroe Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2013 4:26 PM To: Davis, Miriam Subject: DataONE Sharepoint – E-Mailing Attachments to Sharepoint Hi Dr. Davis, I am interested in archiving attachments sent to me via e-mail into the DataONE SharePoint site. I did some research and was able to enable Continue reading DataONE Sharepoint – E-Mailing Attachments to Sharepoint
Interested in possibility of forwarding e-mail to both open notebook and sharepoint site. This would streamline the process of archiving documents on the UT Sharepoint site. Looking at: DataONE > UT DataONE > Documents > Network Analysis > All Documents Google Search: Sharepoint AND e-mail AND upload Found this: http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/13589/how-to-upload-documents-by-sending-an-email Continue reading Open Notebook Science – E-mailing Attachments to Sharepoint
I’ve asked, but no reply so far on adding the post via e-mail plug-in to the notebooks.dataone.org wordpress installation. I may need to add some details about how it might be done, to make the case. That means two options are available to me at the moment: 1) explore “re-blogging” Continue reading E-Mail to Open Notebook – “Re-blog” not an option; “Press This” Bookmarklet is.