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* [[(Attach:)GTAI-Passwords.pptx]]: The slides my "Passwords: The Good, Bad, & the Ugly" presentation given at the Spring 2013 [[http://ww2.odu.edu/ao/gradstudies/development/gtai.shtml|Graduate Teaching Assistant Instructor Institute (GTAI)]].
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* [[(Attach:)GTAI-Passwords.pptx]]: The slides my "Passwords: The Good, Bad, & the Ugly" presentation given at the Spring 2013 [[http://ww2.odu.edu/ao/gradstudies/development/gtai.shtml|Graduate Teaching Assistant Instructor Institute (GTAI)]].  Also available as a [[(Attach:)GTAI-Passwords.pdf|PDF]].
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* [[(Attach:)ACM-Python.pptx]]: My slides for the ACM presentation on Python and Memento timemaps.
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[[(Attach:)ACM-Python.pptx]]: My slides for the ACM presentation on Python and Memento timemaps.
* [[(Attach:)GTAI-Passwords.pptx]]: The slides my "Passwords: The Good, Bad, & the Ugly" presentation given at the Spring 2013 [[http://ww2.odu.edu/ao/gradstudies/development/gtai.shtml|Graduate Teaching Assistant Instructor Institute (GTAI)]]
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* [[(Attach:)timemap.py]]: When evalutating an archive's mementos it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. ([[http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2011/12/2011-12-14-python-memento-presentation.html | WS-DL Blog Post]].)
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* [[(Attach:)timemap.py]]: When evalutating an archive's mementos it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For an explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] or [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/rfc/ID/ | Internet Draft]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. ([[http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2011/12/2011-12-14-python-memento-presentation.html | WS-DL Blog Post]].)
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* [[(Attach:)timemap.py]]: When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. ([[http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2011/12/2011-12-14-python-memento-presentation.html | WS-DL Blog Post]].)
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* [[(Attach:)timemap.py]]: When evalutating an archive's mementos it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. ([[http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2011/12/2011-12-14-python-memento-presentation.html | WS-DL Blog Post]].)
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* [[(Attach:)timemap.py]]: When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. (Note: This is the code that was presented to the ODU ACM.)
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* [[(Attach:)timemap.py]]: When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. ([[http://ws-dl.blogspot.com/2011/12/2011-12-14-python-memento-presentation.html | WS-DL Blog Post]].)
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* [[(Attach:)Python2.pptx]]: My slides for the ACM presentation on Python and Memento timemaps.
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* [[(Attach:)ACM-Python.pptx]]: My slides for the ACM presentation on Python and Memento timemaps.
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* When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. (Note: This is the code that was presented to the ODU ACM.)
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* [[(Attach:)timemap.py]]: When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. (Note: This is the code that was presented to the ODU ACM.)

* [[(Attach:)Python2.pptx]]: My slides for the ACM presentation on Python and Memento timemaps.
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* When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)TimeMap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. (Note: This is the code that was presented to the ODU ACM.)
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* When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)timemap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. (Note: This is the code that was presented to the ODU ACM.)
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* When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(attach:)TimeMap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. (Note: This is the code that was presented to the ODU ACM.)
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* When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(Attach:)TimeMap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. (Note: This is the code that was presented to the ODU ACM.)
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!! Memento-Related Downloads
* When evalutating an archive's memento's it is frequently necessary to process timemaps.  The [[(attach:)TimeMap.py]] Python module contains the ''TimeMap'' class, which loads and decodes the link-style timemap at a given URI.  For a quick explaination of timemaps, see the [[http://www.mementoweb.org/guide/quick-intro/ | Memento Introduction]] in the [[http://www.mementoweb.org | Memento Guide]]. (Note: This is the code that was presented to the ODU ACM.)

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