Latest LinksBy Margaret Berkland, Published on June 17, 2002
Register: Public Comments on the United States v. Microsoft Corporation
This section of the 2002 Federal Register contains public comments received on the Revised Proposed Final Judgment in United States v. Microsoft Corp... You can search the Public Comments by using the Federal Register search form or you may browse the comments via the 1000 document sections arranged by MTC number. You can also browse by name of submitter arranged in alphabetical groupings. The comments are available in text and PDF format.
Fascinating Facts about the Library of Congress
Fascinating Facts about the Library of Congress presents some brief, but interesting facts in six categories about the Library of Congress. The categories covered are Statistics, Origins, Collections, Rare Books & Manuscripts, Audio, Visual, Performing Arts, and Other Fascinating Facts.
How Computer Viruses Work
This article is presented on Marshall Brain’s How Stuff Works Website. The article discusses traditional computer viruses and e-mail viruses. The author explains how viruses work and how to protect your computer from them.
The Ruler Index contains lists of heads of state and heads of government of all countries and territories. In some instances, de facto leaders not occupying either of those formal positions are listed. In most cases, the coverage goes back to 1700. You can view entries alphabetically by countries and territories, international organizations, and foreign ministers. A link to a listing of religious leaders is also provided. There is also a chronicle of relevant events since 1996 arranged by year and with links by month.
This page provides a listing of links to state libraries, archives, and records management agencies arranged in alphabetical order by state. There is a link to the website of each library, archive or agency. NASCIO (National Association of State Information Officers) maintains the State Search website on which this State Libraries page resides.
Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
Trial Lawyers for Public Justice states that it “is a national public interest law firm dedicated to using trial lawyers' skills and resources to create a more just society.” “TLPJ is the principal project of The TLPJ Foundation, a not-for-profit membership organization.” The site provides a link to the TLPJ current cases. There are brief descriptions of the cases and links to associated documents when available. The Briefs & Documents link leads to a listing of most recent briefs and documents in alphabetical order followed by and alphabetical subject listing. Each brief or document includes a short description and an html and PDF link to the item. The Public Interest Database & Links section connects to a database of 2,000 plus lawyers’ associations, law schools, online legal resources and public interest groups throughout the U.S. as well as a selection of useful nonprofit resources and contacts for public interest advocates. You may perform a nationwide or state search and focus on particular areas of interest. Each listing includes the name, address, phone, fax, e-mail, and web address for the group if available.