Map Event Now Webcast

The webcast from Monday?s big Waldseem?Map event is now up. (RealMedia streaming file, 36:59.) The previous link has also been updated. UPDATE: It has been suggested that the link to the webcast is broken, but it doesn?t appear so on my machine. Anyone else having trouble with it?

A Note to Commenters

Several commenters in recent days have been attempting to post off-topic comments in the form of a hack that is designed to circumvent certain copyright protections. These comments will not be approved, and any commenters who persist in this manner are subject to being banned from commenting. (See the disclaimer found above the comments box.) […]

The Merry Month of May

It’s a busy day and a busy month at the Library of Congress! Not only is today Law Day, but it marks the kickoff of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. We’ve issued a news release detailing how the Library is observing the month, and launched a Web site gathering several related Library collections and resources together […]

May Day? Law Day!

Harper Lee?s famous novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, begins with a quote by the English essayist Charles Lamb: ?Lawyers, I suppose, were children once.? Perhaps Lee and/or Lamb was being ironic, but May 1, which is celebrated as Law Day, puts that quotation in a very literal and meaningful context. The theme of Law Day […]