The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Education, CALI, is a consortium of nearly all US law schools offering legal instruction with the help of technology by providing lessons, webinars, e-books, and more. For all of you using CALI, please be aware of the following two announcements: CALI has banned all Hotmail Email Accounts Due to […]
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HumanRights.gov is the official U.S. government website for information and reports on human rights. It includes news, human rights reports, and other information from U.S. government agencies. The reports can be accessed by topic and include translations into languages other than English. The goal of this website is to collect all U.S. agency information on human rights and make it […]
FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has recently announced the launch of new website specially designed for smartphones, available at http://m.fema.gov/. Smartphones are becoming more prevalent, affordable, reliable and more viable to locate and obtain information and assistance. This service will provide yet another avenue for the sharing of important information that is so critical […]
The United States Courts website is redesigned. Today’s announcement introduces new enhancements and highlight the primary goal of the website. The site has been redesigned to make it more attractive, accessible, and useful to its diverse audience of users. The improvements further the website’s mission of increasing public interest, awareness, and understanding of the federal […]
This press release has details of the new Supreme Court website, which debuted yesterday. The web address changed from http://www.supremecourtus.gov to http://www.supremecourt.gov, and the Supreme Court took over administration of the site from the GPO. Dockets, oral arguments, opinions, and order remain available, along with enhanced historical information. The search capabilities have been improved, and […]
The TIME featured a post listing 50 Best Websites 2009 including sites such are Flickr, Delicious, Metafilter, Twitter, Skype, YouTube, Wolfram|Alpha, Hulu, Vimeo, Amazon, Kayak, Netflix, and many others. Check out the full list.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) unveiled a new website. User can subscribe to new updates via RSS feed or updates can be received via email. The site seems clean and easy to navigate through. It offers information about USCIS related topics, forms, laws, resources, and news. What do you think? Comments?
Via Legal Blog Watch and with a little bit of delay, Justice Served announced its annual awards for the Top 10 Court Websites in the world. Justice Served is a consulting firm that provides services and training to courts in management and technology. It looked at thousands of court Web sites and evaluated them based […]
The Energy and Fuel page, at the USA.gov website has been updated by a new link. American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) provides information about current and potential energy legislation, energy policy, programs, consumer resources, publications and meetings, and most current news from the press room. The ACEEE was founded in 1980 The ACEEE […]
CNN.com reports the risks of some terms when searching on the Internet. In an article titled What are the most dangerous search terms on the Internet, based on a report by McAfee, you can find out what words, used as search terms on the Internet, pose a higher risk of acquiring virus or other malware […]