Some photos and newsletter info from my
February 10th update on the TIP project in Austin are available.

Capitol Macintosh (CapMac) is the Austin-Area
Macintosh user’s group. At the kind invitation of Glenn Chase, I provided a
presentation at CapMac’s February meeting including an overview and status
report of the TIP grant project, as things are going for campuses I am working
with here in West Texas.

The February
2005 CapMac newsletter (available as a PDF file) includes more
information and photographs about my presentation. My presentation slides are also available from my website. The photos
also include one of my technology mentors, Carl Ward, who is also my
father-in-law!

CapMac is a great
group! I wish we had a similar one here in Lubbock.

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