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CLA Intellectual Freedom weblog

Karen Schneider announced a new weblog, Cal Freedom, "An informal, unofficial blog from the California Library Association Intellectual Freedom Committee".

There's already rich content, with posts on the realities of Internet filtering/CIPA and the USA PATRIOT Act presentation from the 2003 CLA Conference.

And to top it all off, Karen has a "No Brainer" explanation of RSS.

All I can do is bask in the reflected glow of knowing that she's an adjunct at my school. Unfortunately, I've never taken her for the class (nor will I get the chance).