In this issue: Put time, trial, and error, together and bingo -- a new format for the paper copy of TSLL appears!! Thanks to the help and collaboration of Jeanne Whitfield, a WP pro with whom I work here in Baltimore, we have produced a cleaner look and easier to read copy. But we have retained the formal appearance of TSLL. To help readers quickly locate articles of interest and find future deadlines, this information is now located in defined boxes on the front page. Issues which do not have a special feature article will highlight one of our columnists' specialities. From now on columnists will have a chance to shine in the "spotlight," or at least bask in their allotted three minutes of fame.
Feature: One of the hottest topics in law firm libraries is effective use an Intranet and whether the library should be responsible for its maintenance. I've talked with Pam Perry, our Internet guru, about this and she has written an article explaining what an Intranet is, how it is used, and how to find information about it. You can find her in the Internet column.
Insert: Georgia Briscoe submitted the List of OPAC Commonly Misspelled Words and we have included it as a special supplement with this issue.
Online on the Web: I hope you have had a chance to read TSLL on our Web site:
As I mentioned in the last issue, I did find the December issue on the Web long before my copy arrived in the mail. Because we mail at bulk rate, I'm certain that will continue to be the case.
Corrections: Sally Wambold's place of employment was mistakenly identified in the last issue. She is on staff at the University of Richmond Law School Library.