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    Overheard on the Web, and other Web links
    From The Herald's Research Editor


    Monday, July 25, 2005

    Monday morning roundup 

    Alright, everyone always says they're tired of all the bad news in the media. So, here's a new news site with just happy news. Enjoy the story about the 1-eyed dog who watches TV.

    Lewis and Clark: the voyage of discovery continues, from the U.S. Geological Survey, satellite images of the route L&C took. We've been hearing a lot about Lewis & Clark for the 200th anniversary of their trip, and no wonder: it took 3 years. The anniversary continues until next year.

    The Wilson-Plame-Novak-Rove Blame Game: finally, someone tries to make this mess easier to understand. Factcheck.org, which tries to make sense of what's in the media, has a great chronology of the case with links to news stories.

    The Harry Potter Webguide, from Time Magazine, has links to all the best sites for Hogwarts fans.

    The 20 hamburgers you must eat before you die, a definitive list from GQ. The number one burger is from Hollywood, FL, the sirloin burger from Le Tub. (Via Sheila Lennon at the Providence Journal --- but we knew that.)

    Time to Check: are you using the right blogging tool? Susannah Gardner writes in Online Journalism Review, details pros and cons of the major blogging softwares and why you might want to pick one over the other. There's also a Blog software comparison chart.

    The Disney Blog keeps a tab on all things Disney. It's been around for awhile but lately seems I've been seeing lots of people linking to interesting stuff there. This weekend the blog linked to the Wikipedia entry on the Reedy Creek Improvement District, the entity that controls the land Disney World is built on. Boing Boing found that interesting enough to link to.

    Moving soon:
    It's good news that this blog will soon be moving back to the Herald.com address, at blogs.herald.com/infomaniac. This means that once again the blog entries will be found in the 7-day archive search. Commenting will be easier, not requiring Blogger registration, and Trackbacks will be activated. Right now there's just a placemarker blog there but will let you know when to change the bookmarks.

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    Elisabeth Donovan


    Elisabeth (Liz) Donovan was a Herald librarian for 10 years, and Research Editor for 13 years. She came to The Herald in 1981, following several years at the Washington Post. She started blogging in 2000, with a news research blog, followed by the blog at Herald.com in 2003. A frequent speaker and writer on news research, she was honored in 2004 by the News Division of the Special Libraries Association for her contributions to the field.


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