John Porter talks about the latest regarding the National Environmental Observatory Network (NEON) program. Jonathan Walsh shares his experience at the Web Services Workshop (February 2-5, 2004). Karen Baker, Shaun Haber and Marshall White discuss the Postnuke Portal Software.
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Table of Contents
|About this Issue||1|
|NEON is Bursting Out All Over!||John Porter||2|
|Web Services Workshop (February 2-5, 2004)||Jonathan Walsh||3|
|Postnuke Portal Software: Community, Content, and Collaborative Management System||Karen S. Baker||5|
|Data Grids, Collections, and Grid Bricks||Karen Baker, Jerry Wanetick||7|
|The Dry and the Wet||Steven Jackson||7|
|An International Framework to Promote Access to Data||Don Henshaw||8|