Robert Denton

Staggering work of genius from Portland, Maine – Photographer, Designer, Taco Maker, Birder, Biker, Business Owner

Posts tagged: Bowdoin

Thanks Oliver

Saturday, April 7th, 2007

“On our April snow day, with classes canceled, 98% of the school decided to start drinking. The chem free freshman hall had other plans, as they barricaded East Hall residents into their dorm with two huge snowballs.” (from CollegeHumor) A great shot of one Spring 2.0 activity on the Bowdoin campus. The poster of that […]

Bowdoin College – Assistant US Secretary of State gives talk…

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

Assistant U.S. Secretary of State Christopher R. Hill spoke at Bowdoin College, a liberal arts college in Maine. He is the class of ’74 at Bowdoin — and gave a talk entitled “A Report from teh Denuclearization Talks in Beijing”. Should be an interesting talk to listen to…

New Student Gateway at Bowdoin (built by a student!)

Thursday, September 28th, 2006

Bowdoin College has incredible students and resources for them. In late spring the student it-cio advisory council committed to building a real portal like page for students to use — you know, one that’d be comparable to what you can get at Yahoo, Google, and many more places! The basic requirements/goals were: customizable and personalized […]

Bowdoin College Art Museum

Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

Support Bowdoin

Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

About.com switching to WordPress

Wednesday, December 28th, 2005

Photo Matt – About.com switching to WordPress (WP) This is huge. When I learned that About.com used MovableType (MT) for their CMS it was ammo for using MT more around our site to allow for easy content updating. The differences between the two are enormous and I’ll still use MT where I want the logic […]

Ning – Social Software Lubricant!

Tuesday, October 4th, 2005

Ning is a free online service (yeah but if it’s a service how’ll it remain free?) allowing one to easily build and use social applications. What is social software? It tends to be a web application enabling one to post content, e.g., photos, bookmarks, reviews, and easily match, transact, or communicate with other people. The […]

UNSW Art Collection – Home

Friday, August 12th, 2005

UNSW Art Collection – Home

Tangentially

Friday, February 25th, 2005

editorsweblog.org: New media acquisitions: New York Times becomes a dominant web player “About. com was founded in 1997 with a simple premise, that people are the best Guides to the Internet. We have built on that belief over the past seven years. Today, when you read an article on About.com, you are tapping into a […]

Shiny stuff rocks

Thursday, February 3rd, 2005

Like anyone who designs I want ultimate control. Sure, the typical email postcard with text in a div next to an image is nice and it works… but wouldn’t it be great to have really control it and composite the text into a bitmap!? Oh wait, that’d be like 2nd generation web design (which some […]