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Connect Archives: Spring 2000

April 1, 2000

Connect: IT at NYU (Spring 2000) is available for download as a PDF file. Please note, issues from the Connect archives may contain links, contact information, or other content that is no longer up-to-date. If you have any questions regarding archive content, please send e-mail to its.pubs@nyu.edu.

In this issue

  • Connecting at NYU and Beyond: A Balanced Move Toward Interdependence
    By Marilyn McMillan
  • "Hello! Client Services How Can We Help You?"
    By Kenneth M. Fauerbach
  • To Timbuktu, and Onto the Internet
    By George Sadowsky
  • Return To Aphrodisias: Computers Aid an Archaeological Site
    By Christopher Ratte
  • Wagner Worldwide: Creating Global Academic Partnerships with Interactive Televideo Conferencing
    By Dennis Smith
  • Making Music with McGill
    By Philip Galanter
  • Real Research with Virtual Text at The Studio
    By Jennifer Vinopa
  • A Universe of Statistics Opens Up
    By John Hernandez
  • Spring Schedule -- Center Pullout
  • Wandering Around the AirPort with your iBook
    By Kathy Bear 
  • Lower Latency, More Bandwidth: Update on Internet2 and NYSERNet 2000
    By Bill Russell
  • ITS Receives $1 Million Gift from Sun Microsystems
    By David Ackerman 
  • International Repetitive Strain Awareness Day: Because Work Shouldn't Hurt
    By Trina Semorile
  • Using Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interview in AIDS Risk Research
    By Rachel Jones and Ewaryst Jedrasik
  • FireWire, Media Convergence, and your Future Home Network
    By Philip Galanter
  • Databases in SPSS and Access
    By Frank LoPresti

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