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 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: 2011 October 31