In June of 1997, Sen. Torricelli (D-NJ) jumped on the bandwagon and introduced “The Electronic Mailbox Protection Act of 1997.” S. 875 has the same “opt-out”, sender
Guide on the Side A Communication Skill Suite: Speaking, Writing and Graphics By Marie Wallace
ResearchWire Search Engines Compared: Which is Right for You? By Diana Botluk
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Researching Medical Literature on the Web By Gloria Miccioli
Gloria Miccioli has been a law librarian for 20 years. Her specialty is research. She has worked as Government Documents/Reference Librarian at the Jacob Burns Law Library of the George Washington University Law School; as Senior Research Librarian for Williams & Connolly; and is currently International Librarian for Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue’s D.C. office, where she provides expert research services for the firm’s overseas offices.
(Posted June 1st, 1998; Archived June 15th, 1998)
Fed In Print http://188.8.131.52/library/index.htm
This is database of all Federal Reserve System Economic research. It was developed by the FRB of San Francisco. You can search by keyword in the title, subject and abstract, title word search, author, or publication year. Some documents are offered in full-text format while others must be ordered from the publishing institution in print.
Client Centered Web Sites By Jerry Lawson
Cataloging Internet Resources: “Don’t Worry. It’s Easier than Rocket Science.” By Joni Lynn Cassidy President, Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc.
Joni Lynn Cassidy is President/Co-owner/Founder of Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc., a small quality-driven company providing contract cataloguing and technical services to law firm, bar association, corporate and special libraries throughout the U.S. and Europe. She founded Cassidy Cataloguing in 1985 and was joined full-time by her “computer wiz” husband, Michael, in 1988. A professional and support staff of 12 serves 75 libraries. Recent projects include the reclassification of the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Law School to Library of Congress classification. Cassidy Cataloging Services, Inc. is proud to be unveiling a new service: MOLEhill ’98. MOLEhill ’98 will provide libraries with reasonably-priced desktop access to their online public access catalog (OPAC) via the Internet. Contact Joni Cassidy at [email protected] or 973-481-0900, for more information.
Notes from the Technology Trenches By Elizabeth H. Klampert
Elizabeth H. Klampert is the Director of Library Services for the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Ms. Klampert was formerly a litigator for five years, specializing in professional liability litigation. Before attending law school, she was a corporate librarian for twelve years, holding management positions in libraries in a number of large organizations, including Rainier National Bank in Seattle, Deloitte & Touche, and Merrill Lynch, both in New York. She received both her BA in English and MLS from the University of Washington in Seattle. She received her JD at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York.
Hard on the heels of the introduction of the bill, the Courts and Intellectual Property subcommittee held its first hearing on H.R. 2652, prompting industry to suspect that the
(Posted May 15, 1998; Archived June 1, 1998)
Symbols.Com is the online version of Carl G. Liungman’s Thought Signs. It claims to be the world’s largest online encyclopedia of graphic symbols containing more than 2,500 Western signs arranged in 54 groups by their graphic characteristics. There are two indices by which you can search. Use the Graphic index to search for the meaning or history of a sign. To use this index, you must enter the symbol’s characteristics. There is a good help section to assist you with describing the characteristics. Use the Word index to search for a symbol by its meaning. The meanings are arranged alphabetically.