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New on FDSys: October 16, 2005

This weekend, Free Government Information starts a new feature: notes on new activities on GPO’s web site for the Future Digital System (FDSys). Although FDSys has its own blog, I recently found out the hard way that not everything new at FDSys shows up on their blog.

So, as a service to those monitoring the progress of the development of the Future Digital System, FGI will begin tracking new items added to the FDSys web site and mentioning any items of interest each Sunday or so.

Since we just began tracking the main FDSys web site, we’re not sure these are really new files, but offer them for your consideration without further comment:

That’s it until next weekend, or perhaps a week from Monday since I will have just returned from the Nevada Library Association annual conference.

If you have comments on any of the documents above, please share!

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