Cites & Insights: Crawford at Large v.7 issue 6 (June 2007) is now available for downloading.
The 26-page issue (PDF as usual, but HTML separates for each essay are available from the home page)
- Bibs & Blather - On Being Wrong (and more)
- Making it Work - library resources, innovation, futures and more
- Trends & Quick Takes - three essays and six quicker takes
- Net Media Perspective: Civility and Codes: A Blogging Morality Play
Given how much I've heard OpenOffice 2 touted as a much better way to produce good HTML than nasty ol' Microsoft Word, I've included an experiment on the home page:
The hyperlinks are, as usual, to Word 2000 "filtered HTML" files. But there's another set of hyperlinks below, to OpenOffice 2 HTML files generated from the same Word file.
It's not really a fair comparison--after all, Word 2000 is two generations and five years out of date, where OpenOffice 2 is the absolutely newest version as of mid-April--but I'd be interested in the comments of HTML gurus (send 'em to email@example.com) There will probably be a Walt at Random post later...