The procedure for configuring, starting, and running a ROTSE-III telescope are described in Chapters 2, 3, and 4. Once you have a evening's session underway, there are several ways to stay in touch with what the system is doing. If one has the access capability one can, of course, log in as observer and check the .log files that are produced by the daemons rotsed and astrod (Sections 1.2.1 and 1.2.8), or look at the data files being produced. However, there are other methods to be aware of what the system is up to that do not require logging into the control computer. A program called rotsepager monitors GCN activity and distributes alerts when events of interest occur. Also, rotsed (Section 1.2.1) provides up-to-the-minute status reports that can be viewed over any WWW browser. We describe these programs in this section.