|Campus Computing News
month, Dr. Maurice Leatherbury, Senior Director
of Academic Computing, talks about Internet
Bandwidth - Again! If you want to know why
"the Internet is slow" sometimes here
at UNT and what the future looks like in this
regard, this article is for you.
|Do you have something to tell Everyone?
are entering the "crazy time" of the
semester and no doubt, GroupWise E-mail spam and
complaints about it will become more of a
problem. Read this article and find out why you
should refrain from sending everyone a message
about lost keys, found jewelry, and houses for
Click on the title above for an
information age laugh.
forget to check out our monthly columns.
This month's topics:
Matters -- "Controlling
the False Discovery Rate in
Multiple Hypothesis Testing"
Dr. Rich Herrington is back, just
in time to demonstrate multiple
contrast adjustment using the
False Detection Rate method
(FDR)! There is an GNU S
announcement on this page also.
SAS Corner --
"Reading Web Survey
Data" If you are a SAS user
and interested in a DYI Web
survey, this article will be
handy for you.
Connection -- "The
New 'World Book'" What could
of the Month --
2002" - Real People Making a
Real Difference - at UNT!
-- "Dealing With Empty
Variable Names In
ColdFusion" Shannon Peevey
gives you another dose of
ColdFusion with this article.
The Academic Computing Services
(ACS) short courses over for the
spring. Other training is still
available, however. Check out
this article for more
Minutes of the Information
Resources Council are printed
here when they are available. The
March minutes are contained in
New employees, people who are no
longer employed at the Computing
Center, awards and recognitions
and other items of interest