Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1994:December:15 Thursday
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
1994/12/15-1995/1/5 [Computer/SW/Unix] UID:31669 Activity:nil 68%like:31662
12/15   Read ~helper/volunteers if you are interested in helping
        with next semester's UNIX help sessions.
        Send mail to helper if you have any questions or comments.
        Handouts and information is available via anonymous FTP from
        ftp.csua, or by www at http://xcf/help-sessions.html
1994/12/15 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA/Motd] UID:31670 Activity:nil
12/15   Today, Eva Allen <> wrote in article
        <3cphng$> on alt.motd:

          Second, colnet should continue posting.  If you don't like what
          colnet posts, don't read it.  There's no need to abuse the Internet
          when the folks at colnet are clearly following the intent of this
          newsgroup while the folks at Berkeley in general clearly are not.

        Sheesh.  Some people.  alt.motd was _created_ by people
        at Berkeley (I think I was one of them, can't remember) for
        precisely the purpose of posting soda's motd to the
        Net at large.  These Colnet bozos are just late-coming
        interlopers. --dpassage
1994/12/15 [Uncategorized] UID:31671 Activity:nil
12/15   What is the legality of a professor monitoring your email?
1994/12/15 [Uncategorized] UID:31672 Activity:nil
12/15   Did Intel lie?  Read the analysis report by IBM.
        Complete text in /tmp/achoi/ - achoi
1994/12/15 [Uncategorized] UID:31673 Activity:nil
12/15  Live 105 fans: Alex Bennett:
         send him mail(bomb)!
1994/12/15 [Uncategorized] UID:31674 Activity:nil
12/15   Curious to know what your hard-work in filling out tabloyd's survey
        resulted in?  Check out http://server/~tabloyd/paper -cogan
        \_ Ummmm, a *major* disclaimer.  that's not the finished form, and
           it was also written WAY late at night -- or way early in the
           morning, as the case may be.  The conclusion, in particular, is
           quite under renovation.  So feel free to flame, but realize you're
           reading a *very* rough, unfinished version.  thanks!  --tara
1994/12/15 [Science, Politics] UID:31675 Activity:nil
12/14   Someone just stole a back pack from an office in Soda and tried to
        steal a power book from another office, but unfortunately got away.
        Please be alert to any strangers in the building.

        The thief actually walked into an office where someone was working
        and picked up the power book.  It was retrieved but the person got
        away.  If you see anyone who looks suspicious, don't give chase but
                                                       \_ shoot them, then
        call the campus police immediately at 2-6760. - cogan
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1994:December:15 Thursday