Anyone looking for an earlier edition of the United States Code should be aware of the wonderful resource now offered as part of our HeinOnline subscription. The United States Code Collection begins with the 1925-1926 edition - compare Westlaw, which offers its United States Code Annotated only from the 1990 edition onwards. In HeinOnline, you can browse the editions individually, or you can browse by United States Code title, which brings up each of the editions under the title you have opened. You can also search by citation, by popular name, by statutes at large citation and by public law number.
The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln can be searched in full-text. Images of the cases, letters, and memos are organized into subject and by jurisdiction. Tip: find the one case Abe argued before the US Supreme Court. LPAL
LawCite takes cases and journal articles and provides citing reference with links in full text. The world-wide coverage enables a researcher to see where the case or journal article is being used in the world's courts. LawCite is sponserd by AustLII.
Is information overload a part of your daily work and home life? Then you'll be glad to know that someone's doing something about it! Several someones, as a matter of fact, have banded together to form the Information Overload Research Group (IORG). Check their latest blog post for a description of their mission and activities.