We did a Choose Privacy study break last night, in honor of ALA's Choose Privacy campaign and our own finals. We set up food and computers set to Watch Dogs: Digital Shadow game app--it's a trailer/teaser for a game, but gives a fun and illuminating view of how much an app can see in your Facebook Account. http://digitalshadow.com
We are losing our "personal" web space at my university - the web server space where we put up portfolios, professional home pages...basically, anything professional that didn't go into the "library" web server or CMS. Students have room on the Microsoft OneDrive, but faculty and staff, get, well, nothing if it's not departmental or course-related.
Of course, lovely collapsing menu CSS used by our systems librarian on new(-ish) webdesign does NOT work in IE9. 7, yes; 8, yes; 10, yes; Firefox, yes; Chrome, yes; Safari, yes; IE9, no. And what is the most commonly used browser on campus?
My university's final exam schedule announcement email this morning contained something I'm assuming is an untranslated ascii code--unfortunately, given the subject matter, that code is "¨" at the beginning of each line. Does anyone happen to have a more complete listing of ascii and/or know what this was supposed to be?