I try to keep this blog “project centric”. Most of my work revolves around content management and technical support for website contributors. That type of stuff is not really blog worthy. Big projects are not rare, they just take time to complete. Especially projects that involve academic departments. I have dry spells when the school is closed for the holidays or not running at full capacity. To put it bluntly when the faculty leave so do the projects. So, consequently this blog suffers from dry spells.
Counting this little post I’llÂ wrap up the year with 15 Blogs posts. This does not include the tutorials I’ve posted to the DIY Web Resources blog. I’m not tooting my horn, but at the beginning of 2009 I promised more posts to this here work blog. I’ve delivered one blog post a month which is plenty considering that no one is reading this.
To close out the year I’ll share with a few projects that are either finished or in development.
We have finally installed our first web cam. It’s primary purpose is to record and catalog the construction of Union Station.Â The camera is a Pan Tilt Zoom dome camera capable of 360 degree movement and an impressive zoom.
Wow. Time flies huh. The undead Cape Fear Bond site launched a long time ago. You can go check it out.
One of the features that pushed the development of the Cape Fear Bond site is the web cam. Our web cam has arrived and it’s mount is currently being fabricated. It will be placed on the north-west corner of the L building at the downtown campus.
In the fall of 2008 Cape Fear region voters overwhelmingly voted yes to enact a 146 million dollar bond that would allow Cape Fear Community College to build new classroom buildings and dramatically expand it’s capability to offer educational services to the region.
At that time I had created a brochure site to help promote the bond and the college. That site is still up, lurching through the internet in undead grotesqueness. It is un-updated, un-lovedÂ and you can see it here.
It needs to come down.