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In Retrospect: June Blogging Edition

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Here’s a roundup of what’s been going on in the Library of Congress blogosphere in June.

  • In the Muse: Performing Arts Blog

“How to Find Your Snooky Ookums: A Guide to the Irving Berlin Collection”

Pat Padua presents a guide to the Irving Berlin Collection.

  • The Signal: Digital Preservation

“Every Format on the Face of the Planet”

Leslie Johnston talks about the challenges of digital preservation.

  • Picture This: Library of Congress Prints & Photos

“Caught Our Eyes: On the Head of a Pin”

Kristi Finefield gives insight on a recent discovery.

  • In Custodia Legis: Law Librarians of Congress

“The Show Outside the Supreme Court – Pic of the Week”

The Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

  • Teaching with the Library of Congress

“Blog Round-Up: Political Cartoons”

Take a look at some previous blog posts offering help on using political cartoons in the classroom.

  • Inside Adams: Science, Technology & Business

“Transit of Venus: The Unsung Heroes”

Guest blogger Sten Odenwald of NASA discusses the planet Venus.

  • From the Catbird Seat: Poetry & Literature at the Library of Congress

“Poetry That Shaped America”

Seven poetry books are included in the Library’s “Books That Shaped America” list and exhibition.

  • Copyright Matters: Digitization and Public Access

“Quiet But Not Quiescent: Steady Progress on Several Fronts”

Mike Burk gives an update on Copyright Office business.

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