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From ABA News: “Site aiming to prevent ‘link rot’ for legal researchers wins 2015 Webby,” by Molly McDonough, 4/27/15:

Excerpt: “A service that enables courts and researchers to make permanent links to research found on the Web has won a Webby Award for best legal site of 2015.

Perma.cc, developed by the Harvard Law School Library and supported by a network of more than 60 law libraries, takes on the widespread problem of broken or defunct Web links, also known as “link rot,” which can that can undermine research by scholars and courts….” [Link to full ABA article.]

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Even if you plan to hire someone to build your business website, it helps to have a general understanding of how a website is created.  How else will you know what to look for when you review resumes and interview job applicants for your website design project?
You can sign up and pay for training classes yourself, and there are some excellent classes available online and at training centers, but wouldn’t it be nice to get a FREE introductory hands-on tutorial with a friendly public library techno-trainer before being thrown into the mysterious and stressful world of bytes, fields, frames, call-outs, HTML, Flash, domain names, URLs, Java, etc.?
I was looking at my own public library’s list of free computer classes and here are some of the many skills you can learn: spreadsheets, creating a basic website, Windows and Web for beginners, word processing, and an HTML lab.
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