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The Web Action Team started a new project yesterday: the Master Gardener Volunteer Management System. Sound exciting? You BET it is! The system is more than a few years old and punches you in the retinas when you look at it. Additionally, the always-vocal Master Gardeners and Coordinators have rallied for an improved feature set for quite some...

Posted on Wednesday, March 5, 2008 at 4:52 PM

Blog Power Up Activated!

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We all like new features. In fact if something is not new and improved well then we start to think of it as old even if it is the best thing available. Now I know that will never happen to the wonderful ANR Blogs. Everyday they are new with new stories and articles, but today I get to introduce the Blogs with more power than ever before! Today the...

Posted on Friday, February 29, 2008 at 4:52 PM

Google Mini

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Part of my job on the Web Action Team (we need a theme song to go along with the name) is to maintain the ANR search engine. For this we are using a Google Mini search appliance. Which is wonderful as it does it's job very well. On a daily basis I recieve an update letting me know how our ANR search engine is performing. Every now and then, I...

Posted on Monday, December 10, 2007 at 10:03 AM

Liveblogging Cynthia

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Right now, I am sitting in Cynthia Kintigh's portion of the web tools workshop. Although we haven't gotten to the "how you can use this information" portion of the show, so far it's been an interesting overview of marketing. My stomach is so sour from candy, scones and coffee that I may have to only eat one burger at In-n-Out today. Cynthia...

Posted on Thursday, December 6, 2007 at 10:47 AM

Dave Won

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I too am in Alex's class.... Yesterday we had a training where Dave and I had a contest to see who would have the better presentation. During the presentations we asked the audience to give us a score.  "Plus one!"  "Minus two!" In the end, Dave was victorious, with a final score of NEGATIVE .5 points.  Sad...

Posted on Thursday, December 6, 2007 at 9:33 AM

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