Health insurance should be a right not a privilege. So why is the Public Option running into such opposition, even among some Democrats? Remember the names of those who vote against reform and hold them responsible at the next election.
Tell your Senators to pass a reconciliation bill that will make it easier for the neediest students and their families to afford college, provide direct investment in community college programs and infrastructure, and support early childhood education and school construction and renovation programs.
Also urge your Senators to include strong language relating to academic staffing. A growing body of research shows the correlation between the declining investment in faculty and the increasing problems with student persistence, transfer and completion. Unless we take steps to reverse course and invest in all faculty, this trend will greatly impair the ability of our colleges and universities to reach the national goals Congress has set for them.
Awhile back I mentioned that I preferred Elvis over The Beatles. While that is true, it does not mean that I am not a fan of The Beatles. I actually really enjoy most of their songs. So with out further ado, here are those youngsters from Liverpool:
Recently we discovered that while using Internet Explorer 8 to access Outlook Web Access it was no longer easy to save a Word .docx file that is attached to an email. The problem is that by default instead of saving as a .docx file it saves as a .zip file. This was causing a lot of confusion and we needed to apply a fix quickly.
Since the only results I found when searching for a solution to this problem were server based I figured I’d post the client solution in case someone else is running into this issue.
To resolve this issue, place the URL for your OWA into Internet Explorer’s Trusted Sites list. Then when you attempt to save a .docx file from an email attachment it will save as .docx instead of .zip.
A simple client-side solution, easily pushed down through group policy or configured manually.
Today is Gillian’s 5th birthday. We’ve already opened presents, had breakfast, and are playing outside on this beautiful Fall morning. Later today is Gillian’s party. I’ve started a set on Flickr for Gillian’s 5th Birthday, I’ll add more pictures later.