Name: Paul Jones
Member since: 2000-07-19 00:26:09
Last Login: 2008-02-21 20:42:14
*wouldn't you know it!* *we changed our name again* this time out we're ibiblio.org, but i'm not complaining -- with the change came some excellent support from Bob Young and Marc Ewing's Center for the Public Domain. thanks guys!
Although often mistaken for other unreconstructed relics of the failed social policies of the Sixties, Paul Jones is the Director of UNC MetaLab, a project that includes the Site Formerly Known as SunSITE, CEARCH and other networked media and digital library experiments. Besides speaking at several conferences world- wide, Paul teaches on the faculties of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the School of Information and Library Science. He can be found many places on the Internet. He was the original manager of SunSITE.unc.edu, one of the first WWW sites in North America and is co-author of The Web Server Book (Ventana, 1995) (newly rereleased as The Unix Web Server Book, Second Edition Ventana, 1997) as well as an actively publishing poet. Paul is the editor of the Internet Poetry Archives, published with UNC Press. He is also one of the geeks behind the weekly newspaper column, Stump the Geeks, in the News and Observer.
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