In May, a lot of people learned about the actual date of Mexico’s Independence Day, in what turned out to be our most popular post of the month, Cinco de Mayo is Not Mexican Independence Day? We also celebrated with Law Day, Jewish American Heritage Month, Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, and Eritrean Independence Day this month.
1. Cinco de Mayo is Not Mexican Independence Day?
2. Tattoos and Copyright in The Hangover Part II
3. Chocolate, Candy and the Law
4. The Legality of Time Travel
5. Slavery in the French Colonies: Le Code Noir (the Black Code) of 1685
6. What Do You Call A Gathering of Librarians?
7. An Interview with Mike Newman, Information Technology Specialist
8. The Conspirators of the Lincoln Assassination Pic of the Week
9. An Interview with Tammie Nelson, Information Technology Specialist
10. Souvenirs from Moscow Pic of the Week
Our top commented on posts were:
On our Facebook page, the most commented post was Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, and the most liked were Tattoos and Copyright in The Hangover Part II and Building our Law Library of Congress Community.
The interviews took a slight turn this month. Not one of the three are permanent Law Library of Congress staff members. Tammie and Mike both work with Christine and me as part of the THOMAS team. They work in Information Technology Service of the Library of Congress. Marjut was here visiting the Law Library from the Supreme Court of Finland.