Among the many initiatives delivering access to court opinions online for free is a project made possible through the partnership of the federal Judiciary and the Government Printing Office providing free online access to federal court opinions on the GPO’s Federal Digital System, FDsys. This project now includes 64 federal courts publishing opinions on FDsys, […]
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Courtesy of beSpecific, the New York City Municipal Archive Online Gallery welcomes its visitors online. This ever-expanding gallery is your entry point into the vast visual holdings of the Archives. The Online Gallery provides free and open research access to over 800,000 items digitized from the Municipal Archives’ collections, including photographs, maps, motion-pictures and audio recordings. […]
The Bluebook is the accepted uniform legal citation system and it currently is in its 19th edition. First year law students are, at majority of schools, required to buy the Bluebook because that is the set of citation rules they will be learning and using during their law school career. So, for all of you […]
The House of Representative releases new beta version of the United States Code online. The United States Code is prepared and published by the Office of the Law Revision Counsel (“OLRC”) of the U.S. House of Representatives pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 285b. The Code contains the general and permanent laws of the United States, organized into titles […]
Just in case last week’s NY Times article Revamped Microsoft Office Will Be Free On the Web slipped by you. According to the article, the latest version, talked about for a really long time, will include the usual Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, but this version will be available online for free allowing users to […]
Via Telegraph.co.uk, a woman was arrested for ‘poking’ a Facebook user. Police deemed that 36-year-old Shannon Jackson violated a protection order – similar to a restraining order – by using the site’s feature to attract the attention of another user. The order previously obtained by the woman who received the poke banned Jackson from “telephoning, […]
The Recreation and Tourism page of the USA.gov Web site has been updated by a new link National Parks: America’s Best Idea Today. For nearly 100 years, this best idea has been nurtured by the National Park Service. Over time, the number of national parks has increased and our mission has become more complex as […]
To follow up on our previous post featuring the free web-based Microsoft Office 2010, here is a YouTube demo video previewing the Office web application in Windows Live.
Via ReadWrite Enterprise, Steven Walling wrote an article titled Microsoft Previews Free Web-based Version of Office 2010 where he reviews the free web-based Microsoft office. Starting on September 17, Microsoft has made a limited preview of Word, Excel and PowerPoint available and “has officially said that a more widely-available beta of Web Apps will arrive […]
Posted in Legal Research & Writing on Sep 20th, 2009
Via HeinOnline Weblog, in a post titled HeinOnline’s Federal Register Coverage Is Now Updated Daily it is featured that federal register is daily updated. Regular users of HeinOnline’s Federal Register Library already know that with coverage starting in 1936, HeinOnline has the most comprehensive coverage of the Federal Register available online. Now, HeinOnline’s coverage is […]