Thursday, 19th January 2006
Just Released, 2005 Computer Crime Survey
Resources, Reports, Tools, Lists, and Full Text
Source: American Memory Project, Library of Congress
Just Released, The Rosaleen Moldenhauer Memorial: Music History from Primary Sources: A Guide to the Moldenhauer Archives
"he Moldenhauer Archives at the Library of Congress contain approximately 3,500 items documenting the history of Western music from the medieval period through the modern era and are the richest composite gift of musical documents ever received by the Library. Before his death, Hans Moldenhauer (1906-1987) established a directive and provided funds for the Library of Congress to publish The Rosaleen Moldenhauer Memorial: Music History from Primary Sources: A Guide to the Moldenhauer Archives (2000). This online presentation features the full text of this guide, which contains a series of essays by musicologists discussing individual items from the Moldenhauer Archives, as well as an inventory of items held in the Library's collection and in nine other institutions worldwide. The online presentation also includes digitized versions of more than 130 primary-source documents from the collection."
Just Released 2005 Computer Crime Survey
The link takes you to a summary. The 19 page PDF report that was here is no longer available. I did notice that the url was indexed but not cached by MSN Search or Google.
However, Yahoo also indexed the url and they offer an html version (converted from PDF) of the report. A good illustration of why knowing and using more than one web cache can be useful.
Source: US Census
Foreign-Born Population of the United States from the American Community Survey: 2003
"Data on the foreign-born population in 2003 illustrating demographic and socioeconomic characteristics, such as age, educational attainment, poverty status, and population by state. These characteristics are presented by U.S. citizenship status, year of entry into the United States, world region of birth, and by sub-region of birth for Latin America."
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder--Bibliography
Source: U.S. Army War College Library
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the Military (PDF; 212 KB)
"Due to current military engagements in Iraq and Afghanistan, there has been a renewed interest in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and its presentation in military personnel. This bibliography lists citations for books, documents, articles, audiovisuals, and Internet sites related to this topic. Specifically, the cited items focus on PTSD resulting from combat exposure in current and past military engagements and peacekeeping operations. The majority of the items cited are dated 1990 to the present. A few notable exceptions include material concerning PTSD in veterans of the Vietnam War."