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Newsflash! The RIPS-SIS All Committee Meeting in Boston has been moved to the Sheraton Boston Back Bay Ballroom B. It is still scheduled to take place on Monday, July 23, 2012, 5:45 – 6:30 pm.
By now, all of you probably know that I have just as much love for my Android phone as for my iPad. I even posted in January about all of the things that I could do with my Motorola Atrix … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, I was perusing my news feed in Facebook, liking pictures of new babies and The Oatmeal’s How to Pet a Kitty, when a Fastcase post caught my eye (yes, I do actually have work related … Continue reading
I ran across an interesting email by Bert Chapman of Purdue University on the GovDoc-L listserv. The United States Office of the Historian has started an “Ebooks initiative.” The Office is starting to release the Foreign Relations of the United … Continue reading
Last week, a student was lamenting to me that he wished his casebooks were available in a digital format that he could download. This is a familiar woe, and one that I have long shared. While some of the legal … Continue reading
Annual Meeting Grants for Boston 2012 The purpose of the Research Instruction and Patron Services Special Interest Section (RIPS-SIS) Annual Meeting Grant is to assist individuals with registration expenses for the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting. Individuals chosen … Continue reading