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And you thought gadgets were only for the kitchen: The Return, by Brian Neale, Roger Skalbeck, Susan Skyzinski and Barbara Fullerton And you thought gadgets were only for the kitchen: The Future, by Brian Neale, Roger Skalbeck, Susan Skyzinski and Barbara Fullerton Writing Justice Blackmun, by Linda Greenhouse Statement of Meredith Fuchs, General Counsel, TheContinue Reading

Review of Book That Sparked Controversy on Domestic Spy Program

‘State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration,’ by James Risen – Spies and Spymasters, Review by Walter Isaacson.

Photojournalists Capture Hurricanes’ Impact in New Book

Editor & Publisher reviews a new book by a group of 20 Dallas News photojournalists and reporters that chronicles the devastating impact of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Eyes of the Storm: The Story in Pictures of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, by Dallas Morning News Related postings on the hurricanes

New York Times Notable Books of the Year

New York Times, 100 Notable Books of the Year

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Market Intelligence – The Power of Three, by Donna Cavallini Review of Annotated Refugee Convention: Fifty Years of North American Jurisprudence, by Elisa Mason Using EISIL to Research Private International Law, by Louise Tsang Revolutionizing Client Relations with CaseMap’s New ReportBooks, by Dennis Kennedy Garbage In, Garbage Out: Working Around Document Profiling to Improve WorkContinue Reading

New Biography of Justice Blackmun

From the New York Times, a review of the new book on Justice Harry A. Blackmun by Linda Greenhouse. Related references: Becoming Justice Blackmun: Harry Blackmun’s Supreme Court Journey Also by Linda Greenhouse, from the New York Times Magazine, April 15, 2005 , The Evolution of a Justice. beSpacific postings on the Blackmun Papers

How to Guide on RSS

Syndicating Web Sites with RSS Feeds For Dummies, by Ellen Finkelstein.

Commentary on P2P Case Argues in Favor of Innovation

From the Chronicle of Higher Education, this commentary, available free: Hollywood Profits v. Technological Progress: “Commenting on a case that pits entertainment companies against peer-to-peer program developers, which is scheduled for argument in the Supreme Court next week, Doron Ben-Atar, a professor of history at Fordham University, writes that it is impossible to contain theContinue Reading

Online Interview With Author of New Book on Surveillance Society

As a follow-up to my January 19 posting, Washington Post Examines Data Aggregator ChoicePoint, again from the Post, an online interview with Robert O’Harrow Jr., author of No Place to Hide: Behind the Scenes of Our Emerging Surveillance Society.

New Book on Weblogs and Libraries

Weblogs and Libraries, by Professor Laurel A. Clyde “This book discusses the topic of ‘weblogs and libraries’ from two main perspectives: weblogs as sources of information for libraries and librarians; and weblogs as tools that libraries can use to promote their services and to provide a means of communication with their clients. It begins withContinue Reading

New Edition of Google Hacks

Google Hacks, 2nd Edition, Tips & Tools for Smarter Searching, by Tara Calishain, Rael Dornfest, December 2004.

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New on for December 27, 2004: The Federal Web: Content at the Ten-year Mark – Peggy Garvin, author of The United States Government Internet Manual, takes researchers on a tour of content they can expect to find on federal, executive branch websites, and where on the site they can expect to find it. NotesContinue Reading