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By Margaret Berkland, Published on July 31, 2001

Margaret Berkland is the president of Data Vision Design, Inc., which specializes in providing IT solutions to the legal community. Founded in Fredericksburg, VA in 1989, Data Vision Design, Inc. provides services that include: applications development, business process design, applications integration, electronic file tracking and, access expedition. Prior to becoming the president of DataVision Design, Inc., Margaret was the Info. Resources Technology Specialist for McKenna & Cuneo.

America's Safest and Most Dangerous Cities  http://www.morganquitno.com/cit01pop.htm

This site is produced by Morgan Quitno Press. It is an independent private research and publishing company located in Lawrence, Kansas. The safest and most dangerous cities and metro areas overall are listed. The same information is broken down by three population ranges. There is an alphabetical listing of the 322 cities with their safest and most dangerous ranking. The methodology

AskOxford.com - http://www.askoxford.com/                                                AskOxford.com includes a Word of the Day, Quote of the Week, and a Questions & Answer section. There is a Jargon Buster for answering grammatical questions and a Collective Terms link for assisting in locating a term for groups of animals. There are links to word games and crosswords and emoticons for e-mails. You can search the entire site, Ask the Experts, Dictionary and Thesaurus, Quotations, or Dictionary of First Names.

BookTV.org: Best-seller Lists - http://www.booktv.org/bestseller/                   BookTV.org provides links to best seller lists on several online newspapers. Included are the Boston Globe, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and USA Today. There is also a link to Publisher's Weekly. The site complements the C-Span weekend program BookTV. You can search BookTV appointments for the past two months aired programs by author, book title, or keyword.

Chicago Manual of Style FAQ  http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/cmosfaq.html  

The information at this site is intended to help the user of the Chicago Manual of Style better clarify the guidance given in the manual itself. You can scroll through the FAQs one by one or click on one of the listings on the left of the page to go directly to a specific FAQ.

Index Morganagus                                                                              http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/~emorgan/morganagus/

This site is a full-text index of library-related electronic serials. You can modify your query to control the number of query results, number of matched lines per object, or number of objects allowed. You can also indicate the type of output format you desire: just title, title and fields, or title, fields, and keywords. There is a pull down menu of titles indexed.

Law and Politics: Internet Guide                                                              http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~rmr513/lpig.html

This site also can be viewed in French, German, Portuguese, Italian or Spanish. There are twenty-five categories with links to sites containing legal information. Some of the categories included are forms, international law, treaties, legal associations, law books and reviews, law journals, law libraries, law schools, criminal justice, paralegal, reference and tax information. There is a search engine for the site.

Featured Site (July 30, 2001): FactMonster.com - This 2001 Webby Award winning site is powered by a good search engine, is whimsically designed and replete with a hodgepodge of information on world news, state and federal data, historical information, science, mathematics, languages, bios on the famous and influential, sports, entertainment and lots more!  (Editor - Sabrina I. Pacifici)

Featured Site (July 23, 2001): PopUpKiller - This is one of many new, free applications that have surfaced recently in response to user anger over the ubiquitous pop-up and pop-under ads that appear when you access many of your favorite web sites.   (Editor - Sabrina I. Pacifici)