Wins at 1999 Webby Awards
Academy of the Digital Arts and Sciences announced that web readers
had awarded the 1999 Webby Awards People's Voice Award for "Best
Science Site" to Science@NASA.
You Want Mail, You've Got Mail from the Energy Information Administration
Does your company
need updates and analyses on major energy issues around the world?
The Energy Information Administration has announced a notification
service called This Week At EIA. Distributed as an e-mail message
every Friday afternoon, This Week At EIA is a list of Internet addresses
and summaries of what EIA released during the week. EIA's website
also has 42 separate e-mail lists divided into six categories such
as gas and crude oil. Up-to-date information is at your fingertips.
Offers Industrial-Strength Tool for Managing Industrial-Size Waste
Managing municipal and industrial waste is no small
task, and that's why the Environmental Protection Agency's online
database is getting a positive review by corporate compliance officers,
government permit writers, and others affected by the Resource Conservation
and Recovery Act.
Be Gone--How to Report and Recover When a Virus Attacks
need to move fast when a virus like Melissa hits. The Federal Computer
Incident Response Capability (FedCIRC) program issues advisories
about marauders, let's you report a break in, and gives you solutions
for overcoming the evil bug. This program is funded by the Government
Information Technology Services Board's Innovation Fund. It was
a 1998 winner of the Industry Advisory Council (IAC)/GITSB Award
for Promoting Electronic Government. The Melissa advisory is a joint
effort with Carnegie-Mellon University.
Wins a Webby
1, No. 24, April 5, 1999
1, No. 23, March 29, 1999
1, No. 22, March 22, 1999
1, No. 21, March 15, 1999
1, No. 20, March 8, 1999