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July 2001
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Editor's Note

Editor's Note WHO says this is a quiet summer? This month, we tackle two dominant themes: libraries and courtrooms.

Tom O'Connor, offers his annual analysis of the year's developments in e-filing. And just in time for the American Association of Law Libraries' sessions in Minneapolis are two witty and substantive contributions from Ruth Balkin and Alvin Podboy. And check out AALL convention highlights.

Got upgrade fever? Bonnie Spear McGrath will help you decide whether or not it's time to migrate to Office XP. I did, and I love it. But as you'll see, that wasn't the only temptation that I couldn't resist.

Don't forget. It's summer. Turn off that computer and go enjoy the beach!


Monica Bay

Monica Bay Editor-in-Chief

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