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(List of people who are interested in helping with this project.)

Leave your name, institution, discipline, contact info, and skill set here.


  • David Parry, University of Texas at Dallas, Emerging Media. Limited programming skills, know WP, some CSS. dave [at] outsidethetext [dot] com.
  • Matthew Gold, New York City College of Technology/Graduate Center, CUNY.  English (New Media).  MySQL, CSS, XHTML. Enough PHP to get by. Have installed/administered WP, WPMu, MediaWiki.  mattgold [at] gmail [dot] com.
  • Zach Whalen, U Mary Washington, English (New Media), Drupal hippie, CSS, PHP, Perl, etc. zach.whalen [at] gmail [dot] com.
  • Amanda French, NYU. (X)HTML (duh!), CSS, a smattering of MySQL PHP. Have installed & administered WordPress. Have edited but not installed wikis. amanda [at] amandafrench [dot] net.
  • Chuck Tryon, Fayetteville State University, English (film and media studies).  Limited programming, etc. Once installed WP blog, some wiki experience. chutry [at] gmail [dot] com.
  • Brian Croxall, Emory, English and Media Studies. XHTML, some CSS, SIMILE Project's Exhibit. b.croxall [at] gmail [dot] com.
  • Negar Mottahedeh, Duke University, Film Studies ( National Cinemas), Middle East Studies, Critical theory, Cultural Studies, (X)HTML. negar [at] duke [dot] edu
  • Julie Levin Russo, Brown. Grad student in Modern Culture & Media (and looking for a job!). Familiar with CSS and Drupal. I can provide MySQL-enabled hosting if we need it to get up and running (I have tons more space and bandwidth than I'm using). cyborganize@gmail
  • Dave Lester, George Mason University's Center for History & New Media, American Studies, davelester [at] gmail [dot] com, PHP, XHTML, CSS, and a lot of experience developing plugins for Omeka and WordPress.
  • Jason B. Jones, Central Connecticut State U.  English.  jason[dot]b[dot]jones[at]gmail[dot]com.  XHTML, CSS, WordPress, wikis.
  • Finn Arne Jørgensen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Envirotech history. WP, CSS, enough PHP to reverse-engineer things... Lots of international conference experience, as participant, arranger, program committee member & chair. fa[-at-]jorgensenweb.net.
  • Tanner Higgin, University of California, Riverside, Media and Cultural Studies, tanner.higgin [at] gmail [dot[] com, enough to be dangerous but not exceptionally proficient in HTML, CSS. I am also familiar with Wordpress, Wikis, and web administration.
  • Amanda Watson, Connecticut College Library. amanda [dot] watson [at] gmail [dot] com. XHTML and CSS, plus a bit of XML.
  • Jay Savage, Fordham, English (New Media & Digital Humanities), Instructional Technology. jsavage@fordham.edu. Perl; (X)HTML; CSS; MySQL; PHP; WorPress; Wikis; Social Media; UNIX administration; enough Java, JavaScript and XML to be getting on with.
  • Jamie Skye Bianco, University of Pittsburgh, English, Digital Rhetoric & Digital Media, spikenlilli[at]gmail, (X)HTML, CSS, bits and batters of MySQL, PHP, Javascript, XML, Flash & Java.  Also WP, Wikis, social media, & conference organizing.
  • Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Pomona College, English and Media Studies, kfitzpatrick [at] pomona [dot] edu.  Also co-coordinating editor, MediaCommons.  HTML, CSS, WP, WPmu, Drupal, MediaWiki, enough MySQL and PHP to get by.
  • Daniel Chamberlain, University of Michigan Screen Arts and Cultures / University of Southern California Critical Studies, daniel [dot] chamberlain [at] usc [dot] edu.  HTML, CSS, WP, Drupal, game for most anything.
  • Bill Wolff, Rowan University, Writing Arts (new media), wolffw [at] rowan [dot] edu, XHTML, CSS, trying to teach myself Flex (going slowly)

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