Library related, anyways:
All yr recent talk made me remember a lawsuit my high school librarian was involved in, back 7 or 8 years ago, about Internet software blocking in public libraries/schools. I wasn't living in Loudoun in those days, but I remember it being a big deal. A county resident and breast cancer survivor had almost all of her online research at the county library blocked by "porn filters." I believe the HS librarian became a plaintiff in the case because students were finding the same problems at school; unable to do any online research for health classes.
None of this is all that interesting or groundbreaking. I assume there were cases like this all over the country, although if this occurred in the late '90s, LC may have been one of the first. Also nothing to do with the cease-shelfing of The Sound and the Fury (QUELLE HORREUR), but anyhoos. Ah, memories. Five dollars says the same librarian still works at that school. She was a hoot and a half, and fairly frightening if memory serves. I didn't spend much time in there though. As a jock, it is my duty to give nerds a hard time.