The police in NBC’s Law & Order Special Victims Unit have narrowed the search for a serial killer to a news researcher. They showed the news library briefly and the stand where the suspect cut newspapers apart for the files. The character supposedly didn’t become a journalist becasue he plagiarized his thesis. He’s a lonely, [...]
Archive for October 19th, 2004
The five of us who are presenting and/or moderating the October 30th blog program at Mount Holyoke College met the other night to coordinate our talks. I’m even more excited about it all now. It’s not just an introductory talk, though I will begin the afternoon by trying to make sure everyone in the room [...]
The October 2004 Law Technology News features a long list of blogs about copyright and intellectual property law, including Harvard’s Derek Slater and his blog A Copyfighter’s Musings. Law Technology News requires logging in or free registration before viewing their articles.
One of the questions I’ve been getting frequently is how to place a feed on a Web site. I don’t really know the answer myself and asking around wasn’t as successful as I hoped it would be. I know how to do it by running a feed through Frassle first, but there must be a [...]
Steven Cohen points to a librarian who created a feed to show what a user has borrowed from the library. I’m hunting for nifty uses of feeds or blogs within libraries or by librarians or something like that for an upcoming presentation. My co-presenters and I want to be able to give the audience members [...]