The Word of Beer meeting turned out to be extremely enjoyable. We were joined by USF Sarasota-Manatee’s rowing club members.
WOB has an interesting arrangement with restaurants near by. They do not server food. If you want to eat there, you have to place a phone order with Casa D Pizza or Pita Republic. A small tip for future visitors: If you ever order from Casa D Pizza, never order the buffalo chicken wings. I placed an order last night at 7:00 p.m. Fifty minutes later a delivery girl shows up with my cold wings wanting full price for them. No way I was going to pay for late wings. What a bummer!
Just to clarify, this does not have anything to do with WOB. They were great!
Hi Guys/Gals – I came across this website for checking files against multiple virus scanners.
Thank You All for Making Our Meeting on Friday 8-26-11 at Square One Burgers Restaurant
A warm welcome to our new members: Mara Casado, Mr. and Mrs. Walsh, Haianti Mitra, Patrick Ruster, Travis Rossnagle, and Luyen Luu.
Our Network continues to grow and build upon its existing talent as each new member joins.
On behalf of the board and our members, welcome and thank you for coming. And to our valued members who were unable to join us this month, we look forward to seeing you next time!
Google labs recently launched the Gmail preview pane. Luckily for us any feature available through Gmail extends to the USF email interface. Today I will show you how to enable the preview pane.
Here is how to do it:
- Sign it to your USF email by visiting mail.usf.edu
- Select the option’s icon from the top right corner and choose “Labs”
- In the search box type “preview pane”
- Enable the preview pane and save the changes
- Go back to your inbox
- Notice a popup on the left side right below the options’ icon. You can use the button to toggle between the preview pane and the standard view
- Click the button to switch to the preview pane
- Enjoy the new look
USF IT Network Webmaster
Not many students know about the many wonderful technology offerings at USF. Today I would like to focus on one of them. I am referring to the USF Application Portal. The portal offers many applications published via a Citrix server. All of these are made possible by the “Student Technology Fee.”
Navigate with your favorite web browser to http://apps.usf.edu . You will need your netID in order to register. Follow the “Enroll” link to register.
After registering, go back to the main page and follow the sign-in link. You will then be presented with the portal’s sign-in window.
In here you will find applications such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, and much more.
USF IT Club webmaster.
Professor Lodwig would like to thank everyone for her roses. She received them this week; along with the kind wishes.
USF IT Network
We deeply regret to inform you Dr. Lodwig’s husband, John, passed away on June 28th. The funeral will be held tomorrow in Illinois. Our group will be sending her flowers or donations to a charity when we learn which one is preferred. Jessica Daniels, our treasurer, will be sending an email next week for those who want to contribute.
If you would like to send a private condolence, you can do so at the website of Farley Funeral Home in Venice or send a card to them and they will forward it to her. Farley Funeral Home will be holding a memorial service for friends and family in Florida once a date is determined.
I will send out another email when our group has sent flowers/donations to charity. If you would like to contact me, please feel free to do so.