Apr 9, 2007

Oh What a Tangled EWEB We Weave...

An alert reader brought to our attention last week that the EWEB home page has quietly disappeared from LANL's website. For those who aren't familiar with EWEB, it is LANL's Environmental Stewardship Division home page, formerly at eweb.lanl.gov.

We can't imagine why that would need to disappear, though surely there must be a reasonable explanation. Anyone? Please, help us out here. Inquiring mice want to know!

Brain: Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering?
Pinky: I think so, Brain, but... how will we procure tar and feathers with a government credit card?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, duh!

LANS found an information leak and plugged it.

Nicholas said...

You may wish to try "Environment at LANL" http://www.lanl.gov/environment/index.shtml

Pinky and The Brain said...

Thanks for the suggestion, Nicholas. Its a very nice web page but it does not appear to be the same thing as EWEB. For example, we could not find a document named LA-UR-05-4616.pdf on that page. There are others that were available on EWEB that we can't find either. Perhaps our mouse skills aren't up to snuff. Can you help us out here?

Google is your Friend said...

Do you mean this one?
http://www.lanl.gov/environment/h2o/docs/erosion_matrix_assessment_scores_LA-UR-05-4616.pdf

Pinky and The Brain said...

Google must not be our friend. It tells us the document is at:

eweb.lanl.gov/Downloads/ErosionMatrixAssessScores-LA-UR-05-4616.pdf

Also, the link you posted didn't work until this morning.

Thanks for your help. Would you like to help us find one a little more interesting?

Google is your Friend said...

Link works for me. Maybe you didn't cut and paste the whole thing. Try this.

What other interesting thing are you looking for?

Pinky and The Brain said...

You know I already had it when you took EWEB down. Maybe FAS will host it in case anyone else wants a copy.