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THOMSON REUTERS TAKES TOP HONORS IN 2012 NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL READER RANKINGS

“Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, announced that Westlaw, WestlawNext and Pangea3 won top honors in the 2012 New York Law Journal Reader Rankings. Westlaw was named the Best Online Legal Research Vendor for the third consecutive year. The Best Solo/Small Firm Research Vendor for the third consecutive year was WestlawNext. WestlawNext also was named the Best Legal Research App, a new category this year.”

via Thomson Reuters

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Internet Use in the United States: 2009

US Census Bureau – “Tables with national- and state-level data showing who is accessing the Internet, cross-tabulated by age, sex, race, Hispanic-origin, educational attainment and employment status. State data show Internet usage at home versus use at other locations. Also included is whether people are using broadband or dial-up for Internet access. Commissioned by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, the data come from the Current Population Survey.”

Access the data.

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Search Survey

Andy Oram – “The next time you have to search for information on any topic, try recording your efforts in a survey I’ve just put up.”

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More on Surveys

Ryan Deschamps – “Subscriptions are a hard thing.”

I’m glad that Ryan finds my blog RSS-able. It’s what I had in mind when I changed the format a few months back. I’ve received other positive feedback as well. This is the way I used to blog from 2000-2002(ish). We all have our strengths, right?

Great post Ryan.

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New Survey on Law Librarians

LawFirm, Inc via Law.com – “Call it what you will, today’s law library is tightly integrated with the rest of the firm. It’s vital not only for finding case law but for finding new business, too. LawFirmInc.’s sixth annual survey of law firm librarians at Am Law 200 firms reveals that they are continuing to move beyond “traditional” library work, like legal research, and into marketing and competitive intelligence, computer training and even knowledge management projects. (Ninety-five firms participated in the survey.)”

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