i3ci is a link point and blogging location for Hampshire College project work involving significant or interesting use of computing. The goal is to help people get involved in projects and to provide a dynamic answer to the question “What cool things are people doing with computers at Hampshire?” Projects that already have other websites may just have i3ci blogs that list links to those other sites, while others may use their i3ci blogs as their main websites.
How to Use i3ci
See what others are doing by browsing the project blogs listed on the left. Be sure to check out the ”Pending Projects” blog, which exists to support discussion of ideas for projects that haven’t yet been launched; everyone can post to this blog just by logging in (use your Hampnet ID/password). Relevant resources are listed under “Pages.” You can set up a blog for your own project by clicking on “Create a new blog” at the bottom of this page (or click here) and then make an “announcement” post to your blog that describes what it is about. (You can make a post into an announcement, which always stays at the top of the blog, in the “Post Sticky Status” section of the “Write Post” screen. Note: before doing this you must go to Site Admin/Plugins and enable the WP-Sticky plugin for your blog.) Customize your new blog and add content by clicking on “Site Admin.” Comment on another blog or lend a hand on another project. Ask questions. Make suggestions for improving i3ci. Etc. i3ci is administered by Lee Spector and Josiah Erikson.