By FRANK MUNGER, firstname.lastname@example.org
February 5, 2007
OAK RIDGE – In a government town that's known for its remarkable resources, the Office of Scientific and Technical Information probably doesn't get the
attention it deserves. It's in a converted warehouse, and it's not a stop on any historical tours. It doesn't have the glamour of Oak Ridge National Laboratory
or the daunting security of the Y-12 nuclear weapons plant. It doesn't even glow in the dark, unless somebody forgets and leaves the lights on.
But OSTI is a cool place, especially in these info-crazy times. Story