My latest iPhone/iPod touch app, Whiteboard Lite, is now available in the iTunes App Store.
This semester, I’m a Lab Assistant (also sometimes called a Teaching Assistant or TA) for the new ITP 499 iPhone App Development class here at USC (the University of Southern California). The most well-known iPhone App Dev class done so far was at Stanford University (CS 193P); props to them for posting some of their course materials online.
Ralph Nader visited USC today. Unfortunately, I didn’t make it, but I hope someone got it on video and will post it. I’ll ask some friends about it sometime :)
I ran into a thread called USC olympics at CollegeConfidential.com. I didn’t verify these facts, but they’re probably right: Continue reading
Some time ago, USC removed the list of Top Ten Professors from the Senate Course Guide. It’s old, biased, and unfair, but I’ve archived it here anyway. (Update  : Archive is gone, but it was previously located at /saved/USC-Top-Ten-Professors.htm )
Google is doing a Road Trip to showcase some of the universities using Google Apps. And guess which school is first on the list? That’s right: the University of Southern California. They announced the trip in this post. See the route: Google Road Trip: App to School. They’ll be at ‘SC on 9/9/2008.
One of the things I really liked about Blackboard was the fact that course materials from old courses were still available there. Unfortunately, this is being removed on September 1, 2008.