New MacBook Pro

Hi Friends, I just got a new MacBook Pro. It is faster than my previous PowerBook, and the screen is much much nicer. It came from China, by way of Alaska and Indiana. Sheba likes it too! Peace – Tim :: The Ties That Bind, The River by Bruce Springsteen

Gary Price going to Ask Jeeves as the Director of Online Information Resources

Hi Friends, Cyber Librarian Gary Price of the ResourceShelf, and the editor of Search Engine Watch Blog is going to Ask Jeeves as the Director of Online Information Resources. Gary will be giving up the editorship of the Search Engine Watch blog (with Barry Schwartz taking over) but will continue on with ResourceShelf. You can read more on the ResourceShelf

Beverly Hills Small Claims Court forces Google to remove documents from their Web database, including a Public Domain Government Document on a Government Website (namely a US Bankruptcy Court Order)

Lately, Google has been involved in a lot of lawsuits: book publishers, DOJ subpoena, Microsoft, France…. However, last month, in a novel twist, a plaintiff, Mark Anderson, convinced the Beverly Hills Small Claims Court to direct Google to remove a number of documents that mention him from the Google index, including newspaper articles and public documents such as a U.S.

The Path of Least Resistance

If you want to expose your law firm to millions of potential cients, then there’s no better destination than the Internet. However, drafting the text for your Web site is no easy proposition. Writing for the Web requires more than just transcribing your latest stream of consciousness. Here are a few tips to consider: First, think about your objectives for

Firefox Search Plugin for US Supreme Court Cases

If you find yourself frequently looking up US Supreme Court cases, we’ve come up with a time-saving plugin for Firefox users. Once you’ve installed our US Supreme Court Search plugin, look for the J-star icon in the oval search field in the upper right-hand corner of your Firefox browswer. Enter any term, hit enter, and the browswer will retrieve US