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Not Just Blogs: Government Information in the Digital Era: Free Culture or Controlled Substance?

FGI is more than the blog.

We also have articles of greater length and substance here on the FGI site. Sometimes those show up as blog entries and some are highlighted on the Library page.

Today we feature an article from last year: Government Information in the Digital Era: Free Culture or Controlled Substance?. This is a detailed summary of a paper by Karrie Peterson and James A. Jacobs that we presented at the symposium, Free Culture and the Digital Library, at Emory University in Atlanta Georgia in October of 2005.

Whether you missed it when originally posted or just want a quick overview of some key issues, we recommend it. As always, we welcome your comments. Address them to admin at freegovinfo.info

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