During our CS Table on net neutrality, we'll run through the basic principles and history, discuss previous actions to strengthen or erode net neutrality, and think about the consequences of possible upcoming changes from the FCC. As always, we strongly encourage you to complete the readings before the discussion, but you are welcome whether you have read or not.
Computer science table (CS Table) is a weekly meeting of Grinnell College community members (students, faculty, staff, etc.) interested in discussing topics related to computing and computer science. CS Table meets Tuesdays from 12:00-1:00pm in JRC 224B. Contact the CS faculty for the weekly reading. Students on meal plans, faculty, and staff are expected to cover the cost of their meals. Visitors to the College and students not on meal plans can charge their meals to the department.
This Friday at CS Table, Simon and Jeff will present the information contained in packet headers and lead a continued discussion on network surveillance. We suggest the following reading (as much as you have interest or time for):*ResNet Guidelines and Policies
As usual, we'll meet a little after noon in JRC 224A.
Students who are registered for CSC 295: We'll be doing sign-ups for after fall break. Please bring your calendars!
Technical readings from Wikipedia are concerned with existing Internet service models:
As usual, we meet at noon in JRC 224A. Hope to see you there!
This Friday, Jesse and Shitanshu will be leading a discussion on the SMTP application-level protocol and one of its most popular uses, spam. Please read this article:
For additional background, also read about SMTP.
As usual, we'll be meeting in JRC 224A at noon. Hope to see you there!