We've been collecting a few items of interest over the past few weeks. The first is the BlackBox Wireless Video Presentation System. This small box connects to a prjector or flat panel via their VGA interface and allows one to connect your laptop via Wi-Fi to display your presentations and video. Further, it lets up to 254 users share and swap the connection and allows for a 4-to-1 screen-split projection.
Second, we participated in one of the series of Law.gov project seminars at Cornell University. The first of many project goals are to develop "detailed technical specifications for markup, authentication, bulk access, and other aspects of a distributed registry" for legal materials. The project's website is: http://resource.org/law.gov/ A list of upcoming events can be viewed at:
Third, we had the honor to visit to the Fayette County, Pennsylvania courthouse. Courtroom Number 1 literally brings the phrase "Temple of Justice" to mind. Interestingly in the courthouse law library was a display for local crafts-people who had made book bags from... recycled law books. To see what we mean visit their website at: http://www.bookbags.us.com/