Sometime last year, my fiance and I came up with what seems like a great web site idea. Over the past month, I have been implementing this idea a little at a time with the purpose of getting it out the door before school starts. That being said, I’m within throwing distance of the end.
Big announcement to follow when it’s all ready.
This fall semester will be my first semester as a graduate teaching assistant. In my department, the course nobody wants but everybody gets is CPS 100. There are probably 30 lab sections for this course, so every GA will get one or two. However, there are a few other classes available for GA’s to teach. One of them is “Modern Web Site Design”. I was personally hoping to teach this course, as I have loads of web design experience. I’ve been doing it regularly since 6th grade, but that doesn’t matter. I failed to market myself to the department chair, who makes the decisions. Perhaps next semester I’ll actually request the course once I’ve been proven as a GA.
On another note, my next project is coming to completion. This one has the potential to change the way college students do things. Be ready for it.
Every time that i try and extract a large file using the built in file archiving utility in Ubuntu, it crashes. Every time. By large file, I mean anything >= 1gb. I know that this is no fault of my machine, as this happens on every machine I use. To solve the problem, I run trusty WinRAR under Wine on my Linux box. It’s honestly faster than anything I’ve used yet on linux (aside from command line stuff).
If you have any suggestions, I welcome them.