Guru colleague Ed O'Keefe has news today that will affect visitors to the National Archives. Beginning Feb. 24, museum-goers will no longer be able to take photos or videos in the main exhibition hall. The rule is meant to protect America's founding documents from damage from camera flashes. Luckily for digicam-toting tourists, you can still bring equipment inside the building, but, according to O'Keefe, anyone snapping pics will be asked to leave. Check out O'Keefe's report on the Federal Eye blog for full details.
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-- Julia Beizer
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