May 2010 - Vol. 69, No. 5
A Whole Lot of Tweeting Going On
The Library acquires the archives of Twitter.
Twitter joins an extensive collection of historic missives at the Library.
The Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) receives its 1 millionth download.
THE DAYTON C. MILLER COLLECTION
The Library's collection of more than 1,650 flutes and other documents are displayed.
SCAN TO THE FUTURE
New scanning equipment provides superior duplication at the touch of a button.
The Prints and Photographs Online Catalog receives user-orientated improvements.
Library staff members visit the Iraqi National Library and Archives.
NEW LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS
The Library of Congress Publishing Office debuts new publications.
ALL THAT JAZZ
The Library acquires items from the Dexter Gordon Collection.
MAPPING THE WORLD
Jonathan Spence lectures on the 1602 Matteo Ricci map.
The Georgraphy and Map Division shows off its cartographic treasures.
X MARKS THE SPOT
The Georgraphy and Map "Classroom" provides handson learning for tour groups.
WRITING THE WRIGHTS
Larry E. Tise's new book discusses unknown flights by the Wright Brothers.
Poet Laureate Kay Ryan connects with community college students.
Sen. Ted Kaufman (D-Del.) honors three Library staff members.