Archive for April, 2005

Representative Pushes for USA PATRIOT ACT “Library Provision” Renewal

Saturday, April 30th, 2005

North Carolina Republican Representative Howard Coble, chairman of the Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, expressed support for renewing Section 215, the “library provision,” of the USA PATRIOT ACT so law enforcement agents can access library records after obtaining permission from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Court.

Open Media Network

Friday, April 29th, 2005

Claiming to be "the future of public tv and radio," Open Media Network offers "a broad selection of movies, public TV and radio, video blogs and podcasts while protecting producer’s copyrights." Through OMN, people can access audio and visual materials producers wish to distribute over the Internet. Site visitors using Windows machines and Internet Explorer […]

Music at my Desktop via a Database

Friday, April 29th, 2005

The Naxos Music Library database features a number of recordings from the Naxos collection. Many people might know of Naxos because of their inexpensive, yet usually good, recordings of music available where classical music is sold. I have a number of their discs in my collection. I’m excited to know about this database to which […]

Reviews of Aggregators

Friday, April 29th, 2005

As well as giving the basics of feed reading, EContent Magazine describes a few popular aggregators. From Garrett’s April 29 Library News & Notes

I’m getting this blogging thing.

Thursday, April 28th, 2005

No, really, I am. (You guys are going to laugh at me.) Just the way my life has been going lately, I’ve met a whole bunch of people. One of the guys I’ve been hanging around a bit lately gave me his blog URL. (I’m not sharing it because I want the vagueness. Who he […]

Few Seats Left in SLA CE Blogging for News

Thursday, April 28th, 2005

Word on the street is that there are only a few seats left in the Blogging for News continuing education course I’m organizing and helping to teach at the Special Libraries Association Annual Conference. Class size is limited to twenty-five participants. A few days ago, five spots were left. If you are considering registering for […]

Button Maker!

Thursday, April 28th, 2005

I found someone who might be able to make some buttons for us. *j rubs hands together with glee What do you think? She also offers some writing buttons. The librarian button is in the geek category. I love it!

A Comic for Those of Us with Funky Job Titles

Thursday, April 28th, 2005

Caution: The comic uses profanity.

A Brief Lesson on Letterboxing

Thursday, April 28th, 2005

is what I received tonight when talking to Avi. He and his son, Jonathan, began the hobby about a year ago. It involves getting some clues from a Web site to a box’ location and finding a box. Inside the box is usually a journal and a stamp. You carry your own notebook and stamp […]

The Line on Google Maps

Wednesday, April 27th, 2005

I love how when I print directions from Google Maps, the line showing the route doesn’t show on the print out. I imagine it’s just a printer issue, but I still think it’s hilarious.

Some people think I’m keeping them honest.

Wednesday, April 27th, 2005

Bwah ha ha ha! I just report what’s out there. I don’t find errors myself … often.

Transcript of Jimmy Wales’ Talk, 4/26, 8:30 pm

Wednesday, April 27th, 2005

I realized a few hours after Jimmy Wales’ talk at Harvard Law School was over that I completely forgot to post something in this space letting people know I was making a transcript on IRC. My apologies for totally flubbing that for those of you who might have wanted to tune in. The transcript is […]

Academic Libraries Use Old TV News Film

Wednesday, April 27th, 2005

The Chronicle of Higher Education reports on ways academic libraries are preserving, digitizing, and providing access to films. Some of the film collections come from local new stations.

How to Determine Whether Someone is Wikipedia Worthy

Wednesday, April 27th, 2005

One of the topics that came up at Jimmy Wales’ lunch talk at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society is that no one in the room besides Jimmy seemed to have Wikipedia entries. Seeing this item on Library Stuff about someone determining whether Jessamyn West, the librarian and blogger, deserves an entry or not […]

Vancouver Law Librarian Blog

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

Someone sent me a link to this blog by Steve Matthews, who does Web development and library and knowledge management for a Vancouver law firm. Some of his more recent posts deal with KM in law firms. I like his vacation policy. Addenda: Check out what Steve wrote on his blog about me linking to […]

A Comic for Anyone who has to Help Others use Technology

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

I was laughing so hard after reading this one, I’m sure my coworkers wondered what I was doing. I saw this in my aggregator. It’s the first time in weeks I saw a comic in my aggregator. Yea!

Slight Change in Plans for Tonight’s Wikimedia Talk with Jimmy Wales

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

Beginning at 8 pm, sj will demo his birds project, which is what he showcased at the Boston Cyberarts Festival on Thursday. It’s great. Jimmy Wales will still speak at 8:30 pm in 101 Pound Hall.

Lunch with Jimmy Wales

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

The Berkman Center for Internet & Society is hosting a special lunch for Jimmy Wales of Wikipedia/Wikimedia this afternoon. I am lucky enough to have gotten an invite. I will probably do some live blogging. Since it’s over lunch, my notes may not be that great because I’ll want to eat, too. sj is here […]

The Misleading Comment Form

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

Just a word about the comment form because the info it asks for and what it does with it is a bit misleading. Name Email Web site Comment Manila requires an e-mail address from people to post a comment. It doesn’t have to be a valid e-mail address; the blank just has to be filled […]

No, really, I’m the first j Baumgart in Google.

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

I told someone who thinks I’m being a bit elusive that I should be either the first or second hit for “j Baumgart” in Google. I don’t think he believed me. It’s true–at least for the time being. I’m competing with a nursing scholar and a lawyer. There’s a bad joke in there somewhere …

My Orkut profile now has a picture.

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

*j imagines lots of readers flocking to Orkut to view the picture. I’ve had a stack of photos for scanning for a while. When I went through them looking for another photo, I paused at one and asked, “Why wouldn’t this work?” I couldn’t come up with a good answer, so there it is. I […]

Notes from a Talk by Michael Gorman

Tuesday, April 26th, 2005

A few scratchpad readers dropped me some lines about their impression of a talk American Library Association president Michael Gorman gave at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Library and Information Studies. I linked to Amanda Robertson’s comments because she summarizes what people told me about the event. The students, who have strong interests in […]

Berkman Acknowledges Wales is an Incoming Fellow

Monday, April 25th, 2005

Finally! The confirmation we’ve been waiting for! In their note about Jimmy Wales’ appearance at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society Tuesday, April 26, the Berkman Center describes him as an incoming fellow. Of course, they probably acknowledged his rumored position weeks ago, but my aggregator ate it. By the way, sj has a […]

Yenching, Knitting, IRC, & Wikipedia

Monday, April 25th, 2005

Yes, they all blend together. Not only might there be entries in Wikipedia about knitting, IRC (here: Internet Relay Chat), and Yenching, but that pretty much sums up Tuesday evening. Dinner at Yenching before Jimmy Wales’ talk about Wikipedia at 8:30 p in 101 Pound Hall at Harvard Law School Knitting with a friend If […]

Getting the Social Networking Tools

Sunday, April 24th, 2005

I haven’t done anything with my Orkut account in forever. I was a little surprised to find that it’s still there. Probably a good thing since I founded the News Librarianship community. I’ve been meeting a lot of people in various social situations lately. Just for fun, I decided to look one of them up. […]

j blog or j weblog?

Saturday, April 23rd, 2005

Well, a link to this blog is on Google’s first page for j blog, but it’s disguised via someone else’s weblog. A direct link here is on page 5, slipping from page 4 a few months ago. j weblog returns slightly different results. The scratchpad first shows up on page 3 hidden in another weblog. […]

Update on Supposed Errors in Delio’s Work

Friday, April 22nd, 2005

Hiawatha Bray of The Boston Globe and the Associated Press’ Ken Maguire update us about the vetting of Michelle Delio’s work in several publications, including MIT’s Technology Review. Her work came under criticism after Technology Review staff discovered a source she used had misrepresented himself to her. Bray tells us what other publications for which […]

Calendar of Events for Librarians

Friday, April 22nd, 2005

I’m sure all the other librarians in the Boston area already know that Simmons College’s Graduate School of Library and Information Science has a terrific calendar of events of interest to their students, but I’m going to point to it anyway.

I am now a member of the SLA President’s Club

Friday, April 22nd, 2005

*j puffs out chest I received a nice letter from Special Libraries Assocication President Ethel Salonen, a pen, and an enamel pin as thanks for helping SLA with its recent membership drive. My efforts earned me a spot in the elite SLA President’s Club. But I really need to thank whomever put my name down […]

BusinessWeek on How Blogs Change Business, Launches Weblog

Friday, April 22nd, 2005

"Go ahead and bellyache about blogs. But you cannot afford to close your eyes to them, because they’re simply the most explosive outbreak in the information world since the Internet itself. And they’re going to shake up just about every business — including yours. It doesn’t matter whether you’re shipping paper clips, pork bellies, or […]

Boston Cyberarts Festival Gala

Friday, April 22nd, 2005

I joined the men representing Wikipedia and sj’s terrific bird project at the Boston Cyberarts Festival Opening Night Party. Because of a snafu at a copy shop, I was two hours late getting there with all the brochures in several languages explaining Wikipedia. I heard part of a speech, but chose not to wander through […]

You’ll get more secure and confident in your relationships with co-workers

Friday, April 22nd, 2005

claims a fortune cookie fortune I received tonight.

Search Someone’s Bloglines’ Subscriptions via Feedster

Friday, April 22nd, 2005

Steven says exactly what I would about this new advanced search feature in Feedster. Yippee!

sj’s going to make a lot of noise with his Wikipedia project.

Thursday, April 21st, 2005

I enjoyed a preview of a project sj created for the 2005 Boston Cyberarts Festival that he’ll present tonight at the Opening Night Party at the Hotel@MIT from 6 to 9 pm. The project actively converts Wikipedia edits into bird calls and water sounds. Someone listening to it with careful ears can pick out edits […]

So … Today’s my blogiversary.

Thursday, April 21st, 2005

About two years ago, someone brought Dave Winer to my office so he could talk to me about blogging and what he was doing at Harvard to get people interested in blogging. Within a few days, I set up a blog in this space. The following day, I made my first real blog post. During […]

Congratulations, Gregory, on your new lung! Wishing you all the best and a speedy recovery!

Wednesday, April 20th, 2005

Pardon this diversion. I met Gregory through the blog group quite a while ago. I haven’t seen him in ages. Wendy posted a note on the Thursday meetings blog announcing Gregory’s lung transplant. Gregory’s blog is recording the story, including details about his medical condition and recovery. Not only is it useful for those people […]

Someone noticed the speed at which Wikipedia moves …

Wednesday, April 20th, 2005

I myself was thrilled to find an article about it on Wikinews within minutes of learning the decision.

Jimmy Wales Speaks at Harvard’s Pound Hall, 4/26, 8:30 PM

Wednesday, April 20th, 2005

Jimmy Wales, known for establishing such Web endeavors as Wikipedia, will speak at Harvard Law School’s Pound Hall on Tuesday, April 26, at 8:30 pm, according to sj. Addendum 4/22: Jessamyn of librarian.net might be in the audience. Her talk at Simmons College on Monday sounds cool.

gapingvoid is selling t-shirts

Tuesday, April 19th, 2005

Good Luck, Christina!

Tuesday, April 19th, 2005

Christina Pikas, with whom I had the pleasure of serving on a panel this past fall, plans to return to school with the aim of earning a Ph.D. focusing on “personal information management, information seeking and information use of industrial scientists (as opposed to academic) and engineers.” Awesome!

LII Survey

Tuesday, April 19th, 2005

The Librarians’ Index to the Internet hopes people will complete their 15-question survey before the 11:59 pm PST Sunday, April 24 deadline. They might use it to collect data for their redesign scheduled to appear in June. Jessamyn and LISNews mention it.

Wikinews Weblogs

Monday, April 18th, 2005

If you’re quite interested in Wikinews, weblogs of the Wikinewies–Wikinews contributors–might interest you. Dan100 writes Dan G’s Blog, which asserts Wikinews is better than Fox news. CGorman hopes CGorman’s Wikinews Blog “will chart the progress of Wikinews as it becomes the worlds no. 1 news source.”

AP on Microsoft’s and Yahoo!’s Blogging Endeavors

Sunday, April 17th, 2005

Anick Jesdanun of the Associated Press examines Microsoft’s MSN Spaces and Yahoo!’s 360, which is an invitation-only service. (Where’s all the hype for invites like for Gmail?) I’m not sure that Jesdanun has a good understanding of weblogs and the technology behind them. I feel like I need to clarify some fuzzy statements in the […]

Tiny Books Exhibit at Harvard’s Houghton Library

Sunday, April 17th, 2005

I realize this is quite orthogonal to my usual subjects, but I think some of you could be interested in this Houghton Library exhibit of 300 small books from Harvard graduate and Miniature Book News editor Julian I. Edison’s collection. Spanning 4,000 years, the items on display include Babylonian cuneiform tablets, the New Testament on […]

Bob on Praising Libraries

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

Bob Stepno reflects on libraries and librarians in light of Lauren Kessler’s In Praise of Libraries. To get around the library’s rule supposedly preventing young children from having their own library card, Lauren learned how to write her name in cursive at the age of 4 to get her card. "As a nonfiction writer, I […]

The Boston Globe Releaes Freelancer for Fabrication

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

The Boston Herald reports details about its rival The Boston Globe letting a freelance writer go after learning she fabricated part of an article about culling seals in Canada. The Globe informed readers through a brief note in Friday’s For the record section on page A2. Barbara Stewart reported the event as an eyewitness. A […]

News Flash: Teamwork is not Always Great

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

Many of us spend a great deal of our lives doing groupwork. The Financial Times suggests teamwork can stifle some employees; teams are best when they’re kept small; and groups aren’t always great for every project. Some of us learned these lessons in library school when we were subjected to way too much groupwork. One […]

Happy (belated) International Special Librarians Day!

Friday, April 15th, 2005

I’d say I can’t believe I missed International Special Librarians Day, but I can. It was Thursday. (What a week it’s been!)

Social Bookmarking Tools

Friday, April 15th, 2005

D-Lib Magazine has an article analyzing social bookmarking tools and some of the trends in organizing Web information, like tagging. Shimon Rura, noting the article highlights his system Frassle, thinks it’s excellent. Rah rah Frassle!

Library Workers Burning Out

Friday, April 15th, 2005

How timely for me! Unfortunately, I’m too burned out to read it at the moment. spotted on Library Supporter

Library Support Staff Weblog

Friday, April 15th, 2005

Marianne just started a weblog about library support staff issues called Library Supporter. Great stuff!

Help for Searching the Web

Friday, April 15th, 2005

Check out this page by Bob Jensen at Trinity University with lots of notes about search engines, feeds, and other Web technology.

Citizen Journalism at the Berkman Thursday Blog Meeting

Friday, April 15th, 2005

Well, the citizen journalism discussion at Thursday’s weblog writer’s group wasn’t nearly as exciting as I hoped it would be. The moderator, Lisa Williams, showed us a bunch of citizen jouranlism efforts, but there wasn’t much discussion about what citizen journalism is and such. We’ve hashed that out many times before, so there wasn’t exactly […]

Forbes: Preserving Digital Photos

Friday, April 15th, 2005

Arik Hesseldahl of Forbes explores issues related to preserving digital images, including storing negatives and files in multiple locations and storage media becoming obsolete. noted on LISNews

What Makes a Librarian a Librarian?

Thursday, April 14th, 2005

Since last week was National Library Week, it seems appropriate that I share this anecdote. A few weeks ago, I overheard someone who works in a library, does not have a library degree, and does not do the work of a librarian tell someone else that I’m not a real librarian because I don’t work […]

I know the first and second rules of Book Club are not to talk about Book Club, but

Thursday, April 14th, 2005

I found this series of Book Group comics from Unshelved too hilarious not to share. I’m glad I took a moment to catch up on the comics I’ve been missing.

The Return of The … Librarian?

Thursday, April 14th, 2005

birdle on LISNews reports TNT is preparing a sequel to The Librarian: Quest for the Spear.

The Return of The Librarian

Thursday, April 14th, 2005

birdle on LISNews reports TNT is preparing a sequel to The Librarian: Quest for the Spear.

No, really. We are! Librarians are the best search engines.

Thursday, April 14th, 2005

Some of us are also not bad at contradancing.

Aggregator Doesn’t Like Audio

Wednesday, April 13th, 2005

I can be such an idiot sometimes. I realized a few days ago that the feeds stuck at the bottom of the aggregator all had audio files attached to them. “Oh, that’s nice,” I thought and went back to moping over life without comics. (As well as missing lots of aggregator content, a few posts […]

Numbers of Blogging Libraries

Wednesday, April 13th, 2005

Steven Cohen reports Ananda of blogwithoutalibrary came up with some numbers about blogging libraries based on her fab list.

News Organizations Support Sued Bloggers re: Revealing Sources

Wednesday, April 13th, 2005

When I stumbled onto Scripting News yesterday, I saw this BBC piece about how some news organizations are supporting the right of the bloggers Apple is suing. They’re concerned Apple’s efforts to force the bloggers to reveal their sources of leaked information about Apple products could jeopardize journalists’ rights not to reveal sources and future […]

The Dowbrigade on Blogging Anonymously

Wednesday, April 13th, 2005

The Dowbrigade discusses the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s blogging guidelines. Addendum 4/15: I thought this blog policy sounded familiar.

Sources for LIS Jobs

Wednesday, April 13th, 2005

beSpacific points to this free Wall Street Journal Career Journal piece on sources for finding library and information science jobs. The timing of this column made me chuckle because I talked two of my colleagues into applying for newly posted library jobs and I was just talking to a soon-to-be LIS grad and someone who’s […]

Department Description Appears in Department Feed

Tuesday, April 12th, 2005

I had one of those “Well, duh” moments when I checked a feed for a department to see if the description for the department appeared in the feed and saw it there. I’ve neglected to describe my departments for some time and just decided to work on it a few days ago. Now that I […]

Book-related Podcasts

Tuesday, April 12th, 2005

LIS News highlights two book-related podcasts from National Public Radio affiliate KCRW: Bookworm and Overbooked.

Search Tools & Legislative Tracking

Tuesday, April 12th, 2005

The March issue of Law Technology News, which arrived a few days ago, highlights several useful tools in this Web Watch column. Y!Q Beta from Yahoo! supposedly does contextual searching. Clusty, which has been causing a ripple in the blogosphere because of its organization of search results GovTrack.us for legislative information Government Information Online offers […]

Aggregator Magically Dropped Feeds, Still not Getting Feeds

Monday, April 11th, 2005

I was thinking the aggregator was still struggling with whatever technical problems it experienced last weekend because I was only seeing a few feeds to which I subscribe. When I checked my subscription list, I noticed I was no longer subscribed to a number of sources. Renewing my subscriptions didn’t seem to work, though. Two […]

Happy National Library Week!

Sunday, April 10th, 2005

I spent some time reflecting on my first memories of a library–one that was probably my second or third public library, but the one I’m old enough to remember. I was probably 2-5 years of age then. I should ask my Mom about that. I remember a story hour where they gave us something like […]

Don’t Forget: National Library Week is April 10-16

Saturday, April 9th, 2005

National Library Week begins tomorrow, Sunday, April 10, 2005, and goes through Saturday, April 16, 2005. Information about the celebration from the American Library Association is linked above.

I’m not psychic. It’s just a coincidence

Friday, April 8th, 2005

that God read my tagline on Joan of Arcadia tonight. I was kinda surprised to hear it from His lips myself. I never thought of T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land as a poem about spring cleaning. I don’t think I can read it quite the same again. “April is the cruellest month, breedingLilacs out of […]

The Aggregator’s Back!

Friday, April 8th, 2005

I figured I’d go look at my aggregator just for fun tonight. I didn’t expect it to be working. Drat! I was hoping it’d be offline for a few more days so I can not feel guilty about not having time to blog this weekend. Oh, well. The subscriptions link is also magically back on […]

Wikipedia Scoops the News Media

Friday, April 8th, 2005

and upsets a journalist so much, he contacts the Wikimedia Foundation. The spies are everywhere, aren’t they? Just about two months ago, Wikinews got what might have been its first major scoop. Too bad Wikipedia and Wikinews don’t coordinate better with each other. The journalist could have been doubly frustrated and Wikinews could have gotten […]

Citizen Journalism at Next Week’s (4/14) Thursday Meeting

Thursday, April 7th, 2005

Lisa Williams wants to lead a session about citizen journalism at next Thursday’s blog group meeting (April 14). It should be pretty good. She’s invited some well known journalists to participate. It’d be great to have some Wikinews folks in on the discussion. Please feel free to join us. We’re broadcasting live once again (Yea, […]

Yahoo! to Provide Hosting for Wikipedia in Asia

Thursday, April 7th, 2005

Jamesday indicates on Slashdot that Yahoo! is donating hosting support for Wikipedia. From the Wikimedia Foundation’s press release linked above: "Yahoo!’s donation is a gesture of support for the charitable goals of the Wikimedia Foundation, and does not imply any ownership of the content. Yahoo! does not expect Wikimedia to host advertisements in return for […]

LoC, NEH Announce National Digital Newspaper Program Grants

Thursday, April 7th, 2005

As part of an effort to build a database of newspapers in the public domain, the National Endowment for the Humanities and Library of Congress announce grants to four universities and two libraries for work on digitizing selected American newspapers published between 1900 and 1910. "’Newspapers are among the most important historical documents we have […]

McCargar on Newspaper Preservation

Wednesday, April 6th, 2005

The Seybold Report includes an item by Vicky McCargar, a senior editor of the Los Angeles Times who’s known for her expertise in digital archiving, about archiving newspapers and news content digitally. She mentions issues like copyright, formats, and versions. "Best practices for digital archiving suggest that the process actually begins with the photographer or […]

Is it possible there are odder hobbies than blogging?

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

(I intend this as a joke, not as a way to make fun of the people mentioned in the Reuters article.) Warning: You probably shouldn’t read the article linked above if you have a weak stomach or if even the mere thought of pain bothers you.

Gender, Race not Factors in Harvard’s Decision not to Promote Librarian, Court Rules

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

A federal court jury decided Harvard University has not discriminated against Desiree Goodwin, a librarian who has been turned down for better jobs during her 11-year career at the institution. Coverage from: The Boston Globe Boston Herald The Associated Press The Crimson (a Harvard student newspaper) the BBC Most of a statement my office released […]

BlogPulse

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

Jeremy Zawodny expected Technorati to come out with a feature like this already. Intelliseek’s BlogPulse not only searches blogs, but shows trends among bloggers using graphs and has other features, too. search for news librarianship chart tracking buzz about news librarianship

Bloggy: A Great Tool from ibiblio to Revolutionize and Ease Blogging!

Monday, April 4th, 2005

"With Bloggy, you’ll never again worry about having a boring blog." This tool sounds like just what I need!

Wendy’s Resume on a Wiki

Monday, April 4th, 2005

The lovely and talented Wendy Koslow, who’s been a joy to know and work with during the last…however long I’ve been blogging and would certainly bring a lot of good and cool stuff to any work environment, is using a wiki as a resume tool to help her search for a job in Canada. I […]

Aggregator Down

Monday, April 4th, 2005

The aggregator on this weblog has been acting funky all weekend. It’s primarily what I read for content because it’s much easier than visiting the 60+ sources to which I subscribe individually. I’m guessing it’s a server issue because other blogs on this system seem to have malfunctioning aggregators, too. I know a few of […]

Book Jewelry

Monday, April 4th, 2005

I saw these neat bookmarks at a craft fair this weekend. Knowing some of you really like reading and need something with which to mark your place, I thought I’d point to them.

Washington Post Reporter Blogs about Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka

Saturday, April 2nd, 2005

On Rebuilding Weligama, Washington Post reporter Michael Dobbs shares information about recovery effots in Weligama, Sri Lanka. An article in the April Reader’s Digest chronicles his and his family’s adventure during the December tsunami. Dobbs is taking some leave from his job to assist the area. A disclaimer on the weblog explains his reporting relationship […]

Someone Please Tell Me a Degree in Google Science is a Joke.

Friday, April 1st, 2005

But if it isn’t, perhaps the students can drink Google Gulp while they’re in class–but only if they’re cool enough to get an invite to do so. (Thanks, Amy Disch! Good luck in the degree program!)

Wikipedia releases a DVD in Germany

Friday, April 1st, 2005

If you are having problems getting the Wikipedia Frühjahr 2005 DVD in the United States, perhaps sj can help. I am horribly curious about it.