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RAIN 11/24: Holiday Edition

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The Tifton Gazette 11/22/00
Humane Society opens its records
http://news.mywebpal.com/news_tool_v2.cfm?show=localnews&pnpID=626&NewsID=1362

0&on=8

by Florence Rankin
TIFTON -- The Tiftarea Humane Society welcomes scrutiny into its affairs and
is willing to make financial records available to the public, its president
said Monday.
"In the spirit of openness, anyone who has questions should feel free to
contact the humane society," Angie King said. "We want to address these
rumors directly."
Anyone interested in seeing the records, including monthly reports and income
tax returns, may contact King or other humane society board members.
A profit and loss statement for October 2000 made available to The Gazette
showed the humane society with total income of $18,927 and expenses of
$10,177 for the month.


Denver Post 11/23/00
Columbine papers have gaps
http://www.denverpost.com/news/col1123.htm

by Trent Seibert
Four boxes of Columbine investigative materials left many key questions
unanswered Wednesday as the attorneys for victims' families pored over 11,000
pages of documents.
Material not released includes an October 1999 police interview with the
parents of Eric Harris; detailed ballistic reports; and photographs from the
school's crime scenes.
It's unclear why there were so many items missing from the volumes of paper
released Tuesday under a court order by the Jefferson County Sheriff's
Office.
One county official said a report from the Oct. 25, 1999, interview with
Harris' parents was not included because "nothing substantial occurred."


Atlanta Journal-Constitution 11/23/00
Old state records being transferred to digital archive
http://www.accessatlanta.com/partners/ajc/epaper/editions/thursday/local_news_

a3c1599b56aef11c00c4.html

by Kathey Pruitt
Multiple votes and ballot irregularities were an issue even 175 years ago,
but Georgia lawmakers had a sure-fire solution: Fine offenders up to $30 for
each stuffing of the ballot box and encourage informers by giving them half
the penalty collected.
Transportation was a problem in Georgia back then, too. But it must have
involved too many options rather than too few in 1810 when lawmakers gave
Lewis Calfrey and John Coats the exclusive rights to run a stage coach line
between Savannah and Augusta. They agreed to let the duo charge anyone who
infringed on their franchise for the next 10 years twice the amount of money
the competitor earned in fares.
Bar closings and alcohol sales also were in dispute, at least as it applied
to slaves. Lawmakers agreed in 1810 to fine tavern owners and shopkeepers up
to $300 if they sold "spiritous liquors" to indentured African-Americans.




New York Times 11/23/00
Police seek record of a bookstore's patrons
http://www.nytimes.com/2000/11/23/national/23BOOK.html

by Michael Janofsky
DENVER, Nov. 22 - In the course of raiding an illegal methamphetamine
laboratory in a trailer home last March in the Denver suburb of Thornton,
agents of a local drug task force found two books, "Advanced Techniques of
Clandestine Psychedelic and Amphetamine Manufacture" by an author named Uncle
Fester and "The Construction and Operation of Clandestine Drug Laboratories"
by Jack B. Nimble.
Outside the trailer, the agents found an envelope from one of Denver's most
cherished retailers, the Tattered Cover Bookstore, in which they believe the
books were mailed to one of the occupants.
Investigators believe that if they can tie up one loose end - confirming that
the books were received by the person named on the envelope - they can be
certain the recipient was the laboratory owner and they can arrest him. Lt.
Lori Moriarty, the task force commander, said that would "turn a probable
cause case into proof beyond reasonable doubt."



New York Times 11/23/00
Panoramic maps from the Library of Congress
http://www.nytimes.com/2000/11/23/technology/23GFLO.html

by Shelly Freierman
The Library of Congress has several collections of maps online, including
panoramic maps made between 1847 and 1929
(lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/pmhtml/panhome.html). These bird's- eye views show
streets, buildings, trees, farms, mountains, rivers and harbors.



New York Times 11/23/00
Handling Communist Spy files, 3 German researchers fall ill
http://www.nytimes.com/2000/11/23/world/23GERM.html

Reuters
BERLIN, Nov. 22 - Three civil servants studying records left behind by East
Germany's secret police, known as the Stasi, have complained of ailments
ranging from stomach pains to insomnia after handling contaminated files,
officials said today.
The documents had belonged to operatives of the Stasi's technical operations
section. Neither the purpose of the files nor the precise chemicals found on
them was disclosed.
"This is a particularly revolting legacy of the Stasi," said Marianne
Birthler, head of the agency charged with overseeing publication of files
produced by East Germany's Ministry for State Security.
"We are only just beginning our inquiries," she told reporters at a news
briefing convened after a German newspaper quoted one employee as saying he
had fallen ill after handling Stasi documents.
The files are part of the paperwork recovered from Stasi headquarters after
it was stormed by victims of its surveillance in the 1989 uprising that
toppled the Berlin Wall. Work on the technical operations section began only
last year.



Anchorage Daily News 11/23/00
Tracks back to Plymouth Rock
New resources help Alaskans trace ancestors on the Mayflower
http://www.adn.com/lifestyles/story/0,2649,215387,00.html

by Sandi Gerjevic
Alden Todd had been hard at work on his family tree only a short while when
he ran headlong into the Bermuda Triangle. That's what genealogists call the
gap of information that often stumps those tracing family roots to the
sailing of the Mayflower, the ship that carried the Pilgrims from England to
an awakening land in 1620.
All his life, Todd had heard he was descended from John Alden, a passenger on
the historic sailing. At his mother's insistence, he was named for the
17th-century cooper, a barrel-maker who was not seeking religious freedom in
the Americas, but a job. The Pilgrims hired Alden to keep the ship's drinking
drums tight. He stayed on in the colony as a carpenter.



PCWorld.com 11/20/00
Archive your e-mail with ShadowMail
ShadowMail application allows you to index and search messages stored on your
desktop
http://www.pcworld.com/news/article.asp?aid=35403

by John Fontana
Network World
As e-mail usage continues to skyrocket, the issue of managing and storing
bulging mailboxes is starting to become a significant issue.
To protect the performance of its servers, many companies have imposed limits
on mailbox size. The move almost always draws howls from end users who crave
space to store e-mail.
One possible solution to the issue was introduced last week by emailXtras.
The Dedham, Massachusetts, company released ShadowMail, which creates an
e-mail archive on users' desktops that can be indexed and searched.


San Jose Mercury News 11/23/00
Ex-Cisco engineer accused
http://www0.mercurycenter.com/premium/business/docs/ciscotheft23.htm

by Howard Mintz
A former Cisco Systems Inc. engineer was hit this week with federal charges
that he stole trade secrets from the networking giant's Petaluma plant just
before leaving for a job with a potential competitor.
In a complaint filed Tuesday in San Francisco federal court, Peter Morch, a
San Francisco resident, is accused of copying internal Cisco documents
describing project ideas, design information and other internal software
discussions when he left the company. The government alleges that Morch
burned the information onto a compact disc.



Bergen Record 11/22/00
State unsure of profiling data request
http://www.bergen.com/region/profile22200011226.htm

Associated Press
TRENTON -- Governor Whitman's lawyers are wondering how best to respond to a
Senate committee's request for documents related to the state police and
racial profiling, her spokesman said Tuesday.
A former U.S. attorney hired by the Senate Judiciary Committee asked for the
records in a letter sent to Whitman on Monday.




Kansas City Star 11/23/00
Computer upgrade allows quicker access to police records
http://www.kcstar.com/item/pages/printer.pat,local/3774f05c.b22,.html

by Christine Vendel
Kansas City residents who need copies of police reports can now get them more
quickly and conveniently, thanks to computer improvements.
The reports used to be available 10 days following an incident from Police
Headquarters at 1125 Locust St. Reports can now be purchased at headquarters
as well as at any of the city's five patrol division stations within five
days of an incident.
The changes were made Aug. 1 but not advertised, because police were still
perfecting the system. Now all 1999 and 2000 cases are logged into the
computer and the system is ready, so police want to notify the public.



Washington Post 11/23/00
The Pilgrims Old World Settlement
http://washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A53307-2000Nov22.html

by Frances Stead Sellers
LEIDEN, the Netherlands -- Almost 400 years ago, David Koet's ancestor Moses
Fletcher boarded the Mayflower and set sail for the New World. For most of
his life, Koet knew nothing about his relative's adventures 12 generations
back, but he now believes Fletcher may have been a hero of that historic
Atlantic voyage:
In mid-crossing, the wooden vessel was battered by heavy storms. As a
blacksmith, Fletcher was one of only two men aboard with the skill to repair
a cracked main beam, Koet relates with a grin of pride. He believes it was
Fletcher's work that allowed the ship and its 102 now-legendary passengers to
sail on.
Like countless other descendants of that first group of Pilgrims to reach
America's shores, Koet gathers with family members today to honor his
forefather. He begins the day as he has customarily done in recent years--at
a Thanksgiving service in Leiden, the city that his family has called home
since Fletcher's time.




The Telegraph 11/24/00
Ear infection and not syphilis may have killed Oscar Wilde
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/et?ac=000140326706927&rtmo=as8JewRL&atmo=as8JewRL&p

g=/et/00/11/24/nosc24.html

by David Derbyshire
Medical Correspondent
OSCAR WILDE died of an ear infection after doctors at Reading jail neglected
to treat his condition, a new study into the playwright concludes.
As well as debunking the myth that Wilde died from syphilis, the study
suggests that a few weeks before his death he was one of the first people to
have a new type of ear operation.
To mark the centenary of Wilde's death on Thursday, medical historians have
re-examined the evidence surrounding his last years. Dr Ashley Robins of the
University of Cape Town reports in The Lancet: "He had a chronic and
destructive middle ear disease that eventually killed him by extension to the
brain, despite radical and, for that time, state of the art surgery by a
leading specialist of the day."




Denver Post 11/22/00
Online-ad firm sued over privacy
http://www.denverpost.com/business/biz1122c.htm

by Anne Colden
Internet users have filed a lawsuit against online advertiser MatchLogic
Inc., alleging that their privacy was violated by the company's use of
devices that track their Web browsing habits.
The five named plaintiffs seek class-action status for their complaint, which
was filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Denver.
MatchLogic, of Westminster, maintains one of the largest Internet marketing
databases in the advertising industry, managing more than 72 million
anonymous consumer profiles. It was purchased by Excite At Home, of Redwood
City, Calif., in 1998, which is also named as a defendant.
Denver's Dyer & Shuman, and Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach of New York,
are two of several law firms named on the complaint.



St. Louis Post-Dispatch 11/22/00
Missouri receives grant to preserve historical information
http://www.postnet.com/postnet/news/wires.nsf/StateRegion/664812792F1360848625

699F005D482F?OpenDocument

Associated Press
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Missouri State Archives has received a
$300,000 grant to help preserve historic records and make them more
accessible to the public, Secretary of State Bekki Cook said Wednesday.
Missouri was one of seven states to receive a grant from the National
Historical Publications and Records Commission. Missouri's grant was the
largest ever made by the commission.
``We are excited about this new opportunity to further preserve the records
that reflect Missouri's great heritage,'' said Cook, whose office oversees
the state archive.



Washington Post 11/23/00
Jamestown's Lost Twin
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A52043-2000Nov22.html

by David Brown
POPHAM BEACH, Maine -- Occasionally when twins are born prematurely and under
difficult circumstances, one dies, the other lives, and it's never clear why.
Chance and circumstance seem to favor one. The other is lost, and its history
remains forever brief and mysterious.
Post-Elizabethan England gave birth to such a set of twins--two American
colonies--in 1607. One was named Jamestown. It survived; its descendants are
alive today. The other was named Popham. It was abandoned, its remains were
buried and forgotten.
You can read about Jamestown, the famous colony in Virginia, in any American
history textbook. Some day, that may also be true of its lost twin, the
Popham Colony, whose grave has been found and is being meticulously unearthed
in Maine.




The Telegraph 11/24/00
Library to halt sale of historic journals
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/et?ac=000140326706927&rtmo=as8JewRL&atmo=as8JewRL&p

g=/et/00/11/24/nlib24.html

by Nigel Reynolds
Arts Correspondent
THE British Library has suspended sales of historic newspapers after a public
outcry.
It had disposed of up to 60,000 bound volumes of newspapers in unpublicised
deals in the past four years. All the newspapers were foreign. The library
said it had not broken its legal obligation to collect and maintain British
printed material.




Knoxville News-Sentinel 11/23/00
British library suspends dumping historic newspaper archive
http://www.knoxnews.com/shns/story.cfm?pk=LIBRARYDUMPING-11-23-00&cat=II

by John Ezard
The Guardian
London -- The British Library called a "temporary" halt Thursday to its
policy of throwing out historic foreign newspapers after criticism from
authors, scholars and the media.
But it warned that it was running out of storage space and would have to make
more difficult, possibly unpopular decisions within six years.
The halt was ordered by the library's new chief executive, Lynne Brindley. It
suspends a policy launched by her predecessor which was only disclosed when
American author Nicholson Baker protested last summer.




Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Richmond, Va
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