Kathy Biehl’s covers a variety of culinary points of interest. After a beverage-laden start, this month’s foray heads into food-related search tools galore.
Terri Wilson describes how creative inspiration for projects may be found in sources such as music, topical magazines, and websites that highlight open source design content.
Scott A. Hodes recommends three direct techniques to increase the efficient processing of your requests.
Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen’s pathfinder is a guide to specific commercial, government, academic and association sources that will assist you in focusing your results as you research this area of the law.
Connie Crosby suggests that publishers implement RSS feeds for new product announcements to help stem the tide of current awareness updates that often end up in the circular file.
Conrad J. Jacoby reviews the latest products from new and familiar companies that are offering legal and litigation support technology applications solutions.
The 110th Congress included not only new names and faces on the Hill, but a plethora of redesigned e-government sites, many of which are still very much under development. In her column this month, Peggy Garvin focuses on the changes in the House of Representatives website.
According to Paul Jenks’ commentary, the role Congress plays in foreign affairs requires some tempering of any enthusiasm as well. The President still holds the primary responsibility for foreign relations and trade policy.
Sabrina I. Pacifici has revised and updated her guide to a core group of reliable, content rich resources for researchers. Highlighted topics include: a new search engine for legal blogs, one for free federal district court filings, and one for Wikipedia; an updated legal research guide from M.G. Gallagher Law Library, government sponsored e-waste and recycling services, a filmology of librarians in the movies, the 10 best corporate intranets of 2007, the launch of the Anglo-American Legal Tradition Project Website, and much more.
Marcus P. Zillman’s extensive guide to knowledge discovery technologies, programs, resources and sites includes links to groups, organizations and applications specific to know-how discovery, harvesting and management, data and text mining, as well as vendors/suppliers of related services.