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08/11/2005 British Library makes content available online PDF Print E-mail
Microsoft and the British Library have made 25 million pages of content available online.


Lynne Brindley, Chief Executive of the British Library, said, “This partnership helps us fulfil our vision of promoting ready access to our collection for everyone who wants to use it. This is great news for research and scholarship and will give unparalleled access to our vast collections to people all over the world: the items digitised will be available to anyone, anywhere and at any time.”


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02/11/2005 Loss of documents in Nike case 'disturbing,' judge says PDF Print E-mail
Annexation Beaverton and the athletic company fight over records the judge ordered preserved.

Source:  The Oregonian.

Nike has filed two lawsuits seeking to view public records -- including those on city computers and the home computers of some city officials -- that are related to Beaverton's annexation policies.


Ed Harnden, a private attorney Beaverton recently hired to fight the lawsuits, said in court Monday that a computer technician from the city's systems division was copying information from the hard drive on Drake's desktop computer to another computer next to it. The technician was using a "ghostwriting" software as a way to preserve the 40 items the computer disk contained, Harnden said.

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