New Discussions @ FGI: January 15, 2007
This past week found the FGI (http://freegovinfo.info) volunteers and January 2007 BOTM Deb Liptak posting the following stories:
- GovTrack Announces New Features for the New Congress - Jim A.
- NARA for adults only at .com partner - Jim A.
- The Web Curator Tool Project - Jim A.
- Two seats for bloggers at Scooter Libby trial - Shinjoung
- National Conference for Media Reform - Shinjoung
- Lost MLK speech - James R.
- Digital Legal Collections - Jim A.
- UK Government to close 551 websites - Jim A.
- Census to replace "approaching obsolescence" American FactFinder - Jim A.
- News from abroad: UK open statutes & RFID in Canadian coins - James R.
- Bipartisan Data-Mining Bill - Daniel
- Apple's iPhone brings multi-touch interface to the masses? - Jim A.
- HHS to post comparison of hospitals' heart attack and heart failure death rates - Jim A.
- Vista (Update): Powered by NSA? - Daniel
- Army History Center Author Says Domestic Spying Unproductive - Daniel
- Declassified Government Documents in name only - Shinjoung
- One Terabyte for $400 - Daniel
- FCC Releases and Withholds Ownership Documents - Jim A.
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