OpenOffice.org 3.0.1 released

OpenOffice.org – The Free and Open Productivity Suite

On October 28th. 2009, the one hundred millionth person clicked on the Download OpenOffice.org button since version 3.0 of the software was announced just over one year ago.

Compatible with other major office suites, OpenOffice.org is free to download, use, and distribute. Download it now, and get:
Writer – a word processor you can use for anything from writing a quick letter to producing an entire book.
Calc – a powerful spreadsheet with all the tools you need to calculate, analyse, and present your data in numerical reports or sizzling graphics.
Impress – the fastest, most powerful way to create effective multimedia presentations.
Draw – lets you produce everything from simple diagrams to dynamic 3D illustrations.
Base – lets you manipulate databases seamlessly. Create and modify tables, forms, queries, and reports, all from within OpenOffice.org
Math – lets you create mathematical equations with a graphic user interface or by directly typing your formulas into the equation editor.

OpenOffice.org is free software
you may download OpenOffice.org completely free of any licence fees
install it on as many PCs as you like…use it for any purpose – private, educational, government and public administration, commercial…pass on copies free of charge to family, friends, students, employees, etc.

Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics Online

Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics Online [Last reviewed in the Scout Report on October 22, 1999]
The Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics Online is frequently updated, and is maintained by the United States Department of Justice and the Bureau of Justice Statistics. The site offers over 1000 tables of data from over 100 sources. An interesting and multi-perspective approach to measuring the level of crime can be found in section number three, which is titled “Crime, Victims”, and it resides on the left hand side of the homepage. It offers statistics about the frequency of various crimes by presenting data from victimization surveys, and officially recorded offenses. Visitors interested in printing the text, tables, or both, of each section, can download them via a link in each section that immediately precedes the list of the topics of that section. The “Archive” link in the menu across the top of the page, allows visitors to download complete editions of the Sourcebook, going back to 1994. Each section of the books can be downloaded separately, or the entire book for that year can be downloaded as a zip file

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From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2009.http://scout.wisc.edu/