|Campus Computing News
After more than
a year of development, UNT's "Bulk Student
E-mail" system is now in place and
operational. This system is intended for use by
faculty, staff, and administrators at the
University to send official messages to students.
A project named
"Linux Lab" was started earlier this
year to offer a UNIX environment for people to
work in. Read all about it.
|Virus Threats Still Plague Public,
If you thought the "virus
trolls" or whoever it is that dreams up and
periodically releases those things into
cyberspace were going to take a summer vacation,
|Routing Messages in GroupWise
Have you ever
written E-mail that you wanted to send to a group
of people in a certain order? Well, here's your
opportunity to start doing it.
We have a new cartoon feature for your
viewing pleasure. Just click on the title to
laugh about the foibles of the information age.
|Don't forget to
check out our monthly columns. This month's
RSS Matters -- "So Long, Farewell,
Auf Wiedersehn, Good Bye . . ."
Connection -- "Bullies
of the Internet"
List of the
Month -- "The
Earth Edition of the Hitchhikers Guide to
-- "Worried about ADA compliance on
Update on the various training
opportunities on campus, including ACS
Summer Short Courses.
IRC News --
Minutes of the Information Resources
Council are printed here when they are
Activities -- New
employees, employees that have resigned,
and staff awards and recognition are
included in this article.