Something cringe-worthy happened this weekend, but I’m not precisely sure what it was. I do know that Dean Folkvord, owner of Wheat Montana, felt so badly about it that he posted a public apology on his company’s Facebook page. What I have managed to ascertain so far is that Folkvord and Larry Aasheim put together… Continue reading ‘No means no’ gaffe generates controversy for Bobcat boosters
Catching up from yesterday, which was so busy I didn’t have time to actually read anything other that product documentation (again). Here are a few links from this morning. Montana State University has warned more than 4,500 people of a computer security lapse. “If you compare the womenâ€™s magazines of today with their counterparts of… Continue reading Roundup for July 3
In this morning’s Game Day section, the Chronicle’s new sports writer, Kyle Sample, went and did some unpopular things. Not only did Sample pick the Grizzlies to win today’s ’Cat-Griz matchup but he also identified himself as a Griz fan. Given the always-heated nature of the ’Cat-Griz rivalry, these two things were sure to rankle… Continue reading Bashing Kyle Sample
This weekend, Bozeman is hosting BigSkyDevCon, a conference for software developers, Web designers and tech business leaders.
Google Maps has updated the building shapes in its database for Montana State University, making Bobcat Stadium look… interesting.
Reporter Gail Schontzler filed this story a few days ago, after MSU’s assistant director of Web communications, Jake Dolan, made a presentation to the University Council on all the ways the university is using social networks to keep up with students and to keep in touch with potential students.
Bobcat and Grizzly fans outraged that ESPN will not be broadcasting the first and second rounds of the FCS playoffs have taken to Facebook to air their grievances.
A Montana State University filmmaking student is making a movie chronicling his young niece’s interactions with gadgets as part of an effort to understand the effect such gizmos have on children’s development.
This story fits in wit the technological focus of this blog, I think. Montana State University students road away with several awards at last weekend’s American Society of Mechanical Engineers Human Powered Vehicle Challenge, the MSU News Service reports. MSU’s ThunderCat team won five awards in the speed vehicle class, including second place in design,… Continue reading MSU engineering students win awards at human-powered vehicle races
The website WP Candy is reporting that Montana State University is offering an extension course on advanced techniques with WordPress. Check the link above for the course description or read the MSU catalog entry for the course. Anyone out there in Bozeman land already enrolled (or now wanting to enroll)?