InTheLoop Historical Archive
This historical archive contains issues dating back to InTheLoop's launch in 1997. To display a particular year's issues, select "Filter by Year" and choose the desired year from the drop-down menu. For the most recent issues, visit our current issues page.
House Appropriators Complete FY 2003 DOE Bill || Reminder: CS Still Looking for Volunteers to Help at Oct. 5 Lab Open House || Windows Security Expert Jason Judkins To Speak on Home Computer Security || Desktop Security Course to Be Offered at LBNL on October 24 || Internet Explorer 5.2.2 for Mac OS X is Available || Having Trouble with Frequent Building Access Using Your Badge? Read This Read More »
Travel Update: Airlines Change Their Policies || Author of New Book on Lawrence, Oppenheimer and Teller in Berkeley Sept. 19 || Computer Protection Brown Bag to Be Held this Thursday || Slots In Encryption Fundamentals Course Still Available || Windows XP Security Guidelines Now Available || Communication Architecture for Clusters Workshop Issues Call for Papers Read More »
NERSC to Host Visits by Swiss Delegation, Visa Card Contingent This Week || Stop the Spam! Here's How || Fidelity to Hold Investment Strategy Workshop at Lab on Wednesday || Los Alamos Taps NERSC Expertise in Converting Archival Data Storage System || Software Firm Tests New Cluster Management Software at OSF || Upcoming Brown Bag Talk Will Cover Personal Firewalls || Encryption Fundamentals Course to Be Offered at LBNL on Sept. 26 Read More »
David Bailey's Randomness of Pi Recipe Continues to Circulate || Cathy Sage Now Handling CS Travel Requests || Good News for "Pit" Parking: Facilities Carving Out Four More Spaces || CERT/CC Announces the Most Frequently Reported Attacks || Duload Worm Strikes KaZaA Networks Read More »
NERSC Helps Scientists Complete First Ever 1,000-Year Run of Climate Change Model || Got Demos? CS Booth at SC Conference to Showcase Lab Computing, Research || Upcoming Computer Security Training Courses || NERSC Hosts Visit by British Science and Technology Delegation || Lab Seeking Volunteers to Help Promote Oct. 5 Open House in East Bay Schools Read More »
Bill Johnston Offers His Perspective on "What Is a Grid?" || Ninth Annual Ergonomics Fair to Be Held Tuesday, Wednesday || Common Component Architecture Tutorial to Be Held Sept. 6 || Who's Handling What in CS HR? || Wireless Network Security Talk on Tuesday, Aug. 20 || Deadline for Signing Up for Incident Response Class Is Today Read More »