|LLRX.com, a Web journal dedicated to Internet
legal research and technology-related issues, has announced that it has
made its extensive archive of legal research and Internet law-related content
more accessible to visitors. Site-owners Cindy L. Chick and Sabrina I.
Pacifici have developed a series of searchable, browsable indices that
make the site's more than 900 articles, columns, features, and news stories
even easier for users to find and navigate, according to the announcement.
The site'sentire archive, dating back to its November 1996 beginning, is
Visitors to LLRX.com can now browse the archive
by topic, author, and date that an article appeared or view all the installments
of the numerous columns published by the site. Additionally, Chick and
Pacifici have built a taxonomy that allows users to keyword search the
archives by an article's title, topic, or description, as well as by the
country about which an article pertains (e.g., search "Romania" for the
recent "Update to Doing Legal Research in Romania"). Previously, only full-text
and keyword searching were available.
The new indices can be found at http://www.llrx.com/library/index.htm.
The site's full-text search engine is located at http://www.llrx.com/search.html.
"The best resources are of no use to a researcher
if they cannot find them," said Chick. "Over the years, we have covered
numerous, evolving aspects of our core subjects—legal research, technology,
and Internet law—and with these new indices, our visitors will be able
to 'slice, dice, and assemble' it all to meet their individual needs."
"As LLRX.com has matured, the depth and breadth
of our coverage has expanded the volume of material in our archives exponentially,"
said Pacifici. "We add new material daily. These new indices make all of
this information easier to access and use for our visitors."
Source: LLRX.com, Silver Spring, MD; http://www.llrx.com.