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    Librarians (The First Information Scientists) and the FBI

    INFO SCIENCE: Librarian.net has "Five Technically Legal Signs for Your Library" on their site.

    Good stuff! In related news, check out the second hit on google for the search term 'John Ashcroft.' It begins with the brilliant first paragraph:

    Much like the Nazis in Casablanca, John Ashcroft enjoys a good song -- as long as people remember their place.

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