Latest LinksBy Margaret Berkland, Published on February 1, 2002
Am Law 200 Library Survey
This is the first Am Law 200 Library Survey. The results will be published in the June 2002 issue of the AmLaw Tech supplement to The American Lawyer. You can complete the survey online, print it out and to complete by hand and then mail or fax it to American Lawyer Media. The deadline to submit the survey is February 28, 2002.
This website is provided by Emulate Me, a web content company. The sources of the information on this site are listed at http://www.countryreports.org/bibliography.htm. There is a drop down menu for selecting your country of interest. There is a country map; you can hear the national anthem, learn about the economy, geography, defense, history, and people. There is also a listing or related links.
This website provides a drop-down menu with links to the websites of the Supreme Court of Texas, the 5th District Appellate Court in Dallas, and the Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure.
You can sign up for a number of free e-mail newsletter on technology at this website. They cover freeware, Linux, troubleshooting technology, job assistance, system administration advice, digital media information, technology reviews and news. There are also daily tips and news updates.
Terrorism: Questions & Answers
This website is provided by the Council on Foreign Relations and the Markle Foundation. There is a Question of the Day with an answer and other questions. There is an index of the scope of subjects to be addressed and those that have been completed. Some of the subjects included are Afghanistan, What is Terrorism?, and Terrorist Groups. There are subtopics on each subject. The homepage has links to the Top 10 topics their viewers are reading. The link to This Week in the War on Terrorism gives you an overview of the week’s terrorism issues. There is a 2002 archive of this information.