Government 2.0

Thanks to Resource Shelf for alerting me to this compilation.  I don’t usually repost source alerts like this unless I do a review of the sources.  However, since this is a compilation from from USA.gov I feel confident that the sources are reliable. So if you...

Research Power Tools

Back in the old days, I thought the most power research tool was the telephone.  In this new social media age, I wonder just what is the most powerful tool? Don’t get me wrong, I still think the telephone or goodness, forbid a face-to-face conversation are very...

Research Source: Business

Read this post for a fuller explanation of the enhancements made to Business.gov. Since I was not a previous user I can’t contrast the “improvements.”  I will say however, that letting the consumer Answer a question seems a good step in narrowing the...

Energy Research Source

The University of Texas School of Law Tarlton Law Library has recently launched a new resource related to energy legislation and policy. If energy policy and legislation is your particular area of interest or practice don’t miss this site.  The site is enabled...