Judy Hallman's Home PageJudith Huntress Hallman (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com)
Pictures taken in 1992 and 2009
Work experienceI learned programming working for the summer of 1960 at Bell Telephone Laboratories, Whippany, NJ, on a vacuum-tube computer, an IBM 704. (I wrote a set of subroutines, in assembler language, Matrix Operations Modulo P -- MOPMOP). After five years as a programmer with Western Electric Corporation, Burlington, NC, I came to UNC-CH where I remained until retirement (1967-1999). When I started working for Western Electric, the computer I used was the same IBM 704 it had been shipped to Bell Labs in Winston Salem my punched cards rode in a truck back and forth to Winston Salem.
Work experience at UNCI provided computer support services at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1967-1999. My work, over those years, included supervision of the Help Desk, training, documentation, and program development. When I retired (March 1, 1999), I was Campus Webmaster and a Tier 2 Analyst in the IT Response Center (Help Desk). I started developing the Info service at UNC-CH in 1987 and was an active participant in the CWIS-L list (
PINInc/RTPnetI've worked toward a community information service, Public Information Network, Inc., better known as RTPnet and previously known as Triangle Free-Net, for the local area since 1989.
My service includes:
PublicationsI authored the chapter "A Regional Free-Net and Internet Access," published in The Internet Initiative: Libraries Providing Internet Services & How They Plan, Pay, and Manage, published by American Library Association, 1995 (ISBN 0-8389-0668-0).
In 1992, I wrote an article on the history, software options, maintenance issues, and future directions of Campus-Wide Information Sysytems for publication in Advances in Library Automation and Networking, published in Volume 5, 1994. The article was also distributed electronically through the CWIS-L list.
I authored a chapter on CWISs for the book The Internet Unleashed, published by Sams.net; Second Edition (ISBN 0-672-30714-6), 1995.
In December 1992, I was a keynote speaker at the AARNet conference in Brisbane, Australia, where I spoke about maintenance issues of CWISs while demonstrating the UNC-CH system in Chapel Hill Video Part A and Video Part B, about 30 minutes each demonstration using precursors of gopher and World Wide Web, formatting and maintenance issues, World Wide Web, Free-Nets, Youngstown Free-Net at end. I visited seven university campuses while in Australia, discussing CWIS issues with people bringing up services on their campuses.
HobbiesI like to cook and garden, and I used to knit (before the Web). Some of my favorite recipes are available online.
Home and yardSpring pictures 2012.
Spring pictures 2008.
Pictures of our home and some spring pictures (2003-4) of the yard.
America's National ParksWe visited America's National Parks, July-August 2009
Scottish HebridesWe took a wonderful trip Island Hopping in the Scottish Hebrides, June 2004
Last modified: 2012 June 19