Margaret K. Berkland is the
Information Resources Technology Specialist for McKenna & Cuneo.
Margaret has designed and maintains the firm's internal library
homepage of Internet links. She also is a member of the firm
subcommittee which guided the firm through the decision process of
contracting out the design and publication of a firm website
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The IRS-Tax Forms
Download your US Tax forms from this site.
This site includes a wealth of tax information: state and federal
forms, Usenet Newsgroups, FAQs articles, law, tax treaty information,
foreign income tax, mailing lists, and newsletters.
Project: French-English Dictionary
The files at this site contain about 75,000 terms. You may enter a
word or words into the French to English or English to French form,
and your translation will be produced. This dictionary is presented by
The Project for American and French Research on the Treasury of the
French Language, at the University of Chicago.
The New York Public Library
At this site you can share in the wealth of information available
from the New York Public Library. You can search the NYPL catalogs and
indexes, check out the resource guides, and see what publications are
available, just to name a few items for review at this site.
EXTOXNET is the Extension Toxicology Network which is a cooperative
effort by four universities. The network has a search engine for
searching the following topics: Pesticide Information Profiles,
Toxicology Information Briefs, Toxicology Issues of Concern,
Toxicology Factsheets, News about Toxicology Issues, Newsletters,
Resources for Toxicology Information, and Technical Information.
to Foreign Governments
This site provides links to a wealth of foreign government entities.
Here is yet another search engine to try! Profusion is a meta-search
engine. It allows searching of Alta Vista, Open Text, Excite, Lycos,
InfoSeek, and WebCrawler simultaneously, individually, or the best 3
automatically. It is supposed to check the search results to remove
any broken links or duplicates.
Licensing Digital Information is targeted toward university and
research libraries, but may be useful to other libraries as well. The
site provides an Analysis of Licensing Agreements for Digital
Information. The Analysis includes License Vocabulary, Licensing Terms
& Descriptions, Publishers' Licenses, and Licensing Resources. It
is meant to assist librarians in understanding and interpreting
digital information licensing agreements. There is a subscription form
for joining an internet discussion list--LIBLICENSE-L.