Springer recently announced the publication of the 5000th volume of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), the popular book series for computer science research. From the press release:
Since it was established in 1973, LNCS has provided the computer science community with a continuous flow of cutting-edge developments in the field. Initially launched as a series focusing on theoretical computer science
and research advances in Europe, LNCS has evolved into the renowned
broad coverage international publication platform it is today.
Featuring mostly conference proceedings, LNCS publishes original research in all areas of computer science, including related fields such as bioinformatics and telecommunications. UC Berkeley Libraries provide online access back to the first volume.
Access is available from all campus computers. UC Berkeley faculty, staff, and students can also access this resource from off campus via the Library Proxy Server.