Thursday, November 30, 2006 4:21 PM
(December 1, 2006) The Canadian Public Health Association
is pleased to announce the launch of the CONNECT
). The bilingual site can be used to search the collections of the five largest HIV/AIDS libraries in Canada. This represents a combined collection of over 67 000 books, videos, DVDs, journal articles, and other resources on HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and legal/ethical issues, among many other topics.
CONNECT is a Canadian partnership between five community-based HIV/AIDS organizations:
- AIDS Committee of Toronto
- AIDS Vancouver
- Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange
- Canadian HIV/AIDS Information Centre
- Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Production of the website was made possible by a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada. Database development and hosting services are by Andornot Consulting Inc.
and the database is build with TextWorks and WebPublisher PRO software from Inmagic, Inc
Tuesday, November 21, 2006 9:58 PM
Brown bag lunch meeting.
Date: Thursday, November 23rd 2006
Time: 11:45 - 1:30pm
Place: Talisman Energy Inc.
Address: 3400, 888 - 3rd St. S.W. Calgary.
Please check in at the reception desk on the 34th Floor.
Topic: Kathy Bryce and Denise Bonin from Andornot will demonstrate the inclusion of images or other media into DB/TextWorks databases; how to display these on the web; and how to set up RSS feeds.
There will be time for a question and answer session or you can contact us by email
if there are any specific topics you would like covered.
Please RSVP to Cathy Ross at email@example.com
Anyone interested in learning more about Inmagic software is welcome to attend.
Tuesday, November 21, 2006 11:31 AM
Thursday, November 09, 2006 11:09 AM
If you would like to transfer MARC Transformer maps from one computer to another, simply copy the MTrans.as0 file from the MARC Transformer program directory on your computer and overwrite the other version on the other computer.
(Remember to make back-up copies of the MTrans.as0 files just in case).
Wednesday, November 08, 2006 6:35 PM
IE7 is here and I thank any and all merciful deities who may have had a hand in that deal, but the suck that was IE6 has not gone away forever yet.
When you install IE7 it overwrites IE6. In the main, this is a good thing. For someone who needs to continue testing features in IE6, ees no so good.
Fortunately, others have pioneered the way and here is a very handy way to install multiple versions of IE right on back to IE 3.0, if you enjoy that sort of pain.
Multiple IE installer