Category Archives: Internet

SLA Event: “Explore the Internet of Things” with Speaker Projit Aon from Verizon đź—“

Special Libraries Association Princeton-Trenton Chapter AND New Jersey Chapter “Explore the Internet of Things” Speaker: Projit Aon Senior Manager of Product Management & Development In Verizon’s Global Product and Services Projit Aon leads product management for the Connectivity Management Group … Continue reading

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NJ Greater Princeton/Trenton SLA Chapter and the New Jersey SLA Chapter Present Tech Fest

NJ Greater Princeton/Trenton SLA Chapter and the New Jersey SLA Chapter  PRESENT: Tech Fest:  One evening, three presentations and one hack session to solve the world’s tech problems, or maybe only yours  Date: Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 Location: Rutgers University … Continue reading

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It’s All in The Name.com

From NJBIZ.com: Thomas Gaudio’s provides some interesting insight about how choosing “The Right Domain Name Can Win New Clients,” his main point being that “companies should choose a Web address that is short and to the point.” Visit NJLLA’s web … Continue reading

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New York Times Discusses JD Supra

This New York Times Article discusses JD Supra, a new database that encourages attorneys to post samples of their work for other attorneys to use, no strings attached. The article also goes on to discuss some of the other free … Continue reading

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Free Online Access To Federal Case Law

public.resource.org is operational and is providing free access to U.S. Supreme Court cases dating back to the 1700s and all U.S. appeals court decisions dating back to 1950. For more about the launch of this project, click here. Visit NJLLA’s … Continue reading

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The Vanishing Librarians?

A provocative editorial from the February 15th Library Journal, wherein John N. Berry III, Editor-at-Large, jberry@reedbusiness.com opines: “once professional responsibilities of librarians are being dumbed down into the duties of retail clerks or the robotic responses of machines.” Feel free … Continue reading

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Fastcase Public Library of Law is Launched

On February 13th, the Fastcase Public Library of Law was launched. This is a free online resource containing case law, statutory law, regulations and more. For more information about the launch of this project, click here. Visit NJLLA’s web site … Continue reading

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Top Ten Blogs To Read In 2008

For those of you who enjoy perusing blogs in order to keep current with new developments in the field, The LISNews has published its Top Ten Blogs To Read in 2008. Of special interest is No. 5 – the Law … Continue reading

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Social Networks For Law Librarians

Debbie Ginsberg at LLRX.com has an informative discussion on the benefits of social networking for law librarians and law libraries. Click here to read the article. Visit NJLLA’s web site at http://www.njlla.org.

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Most Notable Legal Websites

Law.com has published its list of the five most notable legal websites of 2007. The article discusses Avvo, Public.Resource.Org, AltLaw, ABAJournal and Justia. Visit NJLLA’s web site at http://www.njlla.org.

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