New on LLRX.com

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on January 5, 2005

New on LLRX.com 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.
  • Notes from the Tech Trenches – Voice over IP: Finally, a Workable Option – Cindy Carlson extols the benefits of migrating from plain old telephone service to Voice-over-Internet-Protocol.
  • Free Online Resources for Public Library Users: Pennsylvania and Ohio – Lois C. Ambash continues her review of resources available online from remote locations to holders of public library cards, with an emphasis on full-text health resources.
  • FOIA Facts – Circumventing the FOIA – Scott A. Hodes spotlights how Sarbanes Oxley created an oversight board for accounting firms that is not subject to FOIA.
  • Free Online Resources for Public Library Users: Michigan and the District of Columbia – Lois C. Ambash continues her review of resources available online from remote locations to holders of public library cards, with an emphasis on full-text health resources.
  • Wireless Connectivity to a Projector From Your PC – Brett Burney reviews the Infocus LiteShow, which provides a wireless alternative for your on-screen presentations.
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