The American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center is intended to help lawyers "solve the technology puzzle." They regularly conduct survey research assessing the use of technology in the legal community, including availability and usage of a wide range of general and legal-specific technologies. The full report for 2003 is available for purchase only, but the methodology and the executive summary can be downloaded free of charge. The 2004-2005 ABA Annual Technology Survey Report analysis will begin soon. Summaries of older Topical Surveys are also available to view. Some examples of these include: Feasibility and Viability of the Digital Library; Trends In Legal Publishing for the Millennium: Quality Moves to the Internet; and Wireless Network Adoption in Law Schools.