A new report about the effectiveness of Internet protection measures related to the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) recommends ” … 1) technology vendors should offer training services to educational institutions on specific features of their products; and 2) expand[ing] CIPA’s definition of ‘technology protection measures’ to include additional technologies in order to encompass a [...]
Archive for August 19th, 2003
“…I’ve been concerned for a number of years that the one literary format we’ve been missing is comic books,” said Charles McNamara, curator of the Rare Book Collection in the University of North Carolina’s Wilson Library, about the donation of 26,000 comic books by an alumnus. “I think there’s a strong scholarly interest in comics,” [...]
At last week’s blog gathering, someone asked why he should attend BloggerCon. Here are my thoughts, completely independent of and unsolicited by Dave Winer or any of the BloggerCon people: 1) Networking. (Especially since the person asking is unemployed.) I’m interested in meeting other bloggers, especially some of the people in journalism and librarianship, to [...]
The Summer issue of News Library News’ cover story is “Blogging for research” by blogger and Miami Herald librarian Liz Donovan. As well as talking about blogging, Liz lists a number of blogs (including this one) and blogging software. Addendum 8/20: At least three people have hit this blog from that article. Hello!