Linking Scientists in US, Russia, China, Korea, Canada, The Netherlands, India, Egypt, Singapore and Nordic Countries with Advanced Cyberinfrastructure
Security at GLORIAD is written by John Gerber, the GLORIAD-US Chief Security Officer, and contains comprehensive analyses and astute observations, security approaches and equipment, thoughts on web 2.0 offerings, and some discussion. Peppered with humor and featuring deep knowledge of security issues, Security at GLORIAD is a must read for anyone interested in furthering capability in this area.
Bill St. Arnaud
The "home page" for the multiple blogs that Bill maintains on a variety subjects - both professional and of personal interest. The common theme to all these blogs is that next generation of Internet, especially web services, Web 2.0, etc will play a critical role in a number of endeavours from climate warming to next generation democracy.
National Lambda Rail Blog
NLR: The Network for Advanced Research and Innovation
A blog by the Director of the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University and a historian who explores—and tries to influence through theory, software, websites, and this blog—the impact of computing on the humanities.
A collection of observations, news and resources on the changing nature of innovation, technology, leadership, and other subjects.
A portal to a global digital science salon featuring leading bloggers from a wide array of scientific disciplines.
Science Library Pad
Thoughts on the use of technology and other issues for science libraries and science publishers.
Please use the Contact Us link at the bottom of this page to give us your suggestions for the blogroll, or if you would like to join the GLORIAD blog community.
GLORIAD's measurement, monitoring and cybersecurity systems are driven by Carter Bullard's excellent (and open-source) Argus system.
GLORIAD's US home is at the Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment of the University of Tennessee.
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