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VOLUME 20 NUMBER 7 July/August 2003
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services
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FEATURES

InfoToday 2003 Exhibitors
A photo spread by Mark Goldstein and Tom Hogan Jr.

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18th Annual Codie Awards
This year, the Codies honored software excellence in 37 categories that included business, consumer, and education software.
by Lisa Picarille

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COLUMNS & NEWS

NewsBytes

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Up Front with Barbara Quint
Old Lessons for the New Knowledge Pipeline
bq thinks the industry needs an intermediary that could open access to premium products and charge customers tiered library fees.
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NewsBreak Update
What's New in Enterprise Search, Insider Trading, and More

by Paula J. Hane
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Focus on Publishing Adobe Revamps Acrobat Family
AOL Time Warner's Content Gamble
Robin Peek explains how this company plans to charge for "premium content" that's drawn from its vast media holdings.
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Internet Waves
So Tell Me What You Really Think
Shirley Duglin Kennedy discusses some current information industry issues.

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Legal Issues Pay Attention to State Legislation
Public-Domain Advocacy Flourishes
Stephanie C. Ardito talks about two organizations working to ensure that materials remain open to public access.
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Database Review
Market Research Made Simple
Mick O'Leary looks at MarketResearch.com, a resource that delivers reports from all market and industry sectors.
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DEPARTMENTS 

Interview
A Healthy Dose of Fear

CrossRef executive director Ed Pentz discusses the service on its third anniversary.
by Sjoerd Vogt

Page 1
Opinion
Still SLA to You and Me

by Dick Kaser
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Cat Got Your Tongue?
by John Eichorn

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InfoToons
by Gib Robbie
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Investigative Report
A Question of Trust
Although Nicholson Baker's book Double Fold outraged many in the library community, are some of its issues valid?
by Richard Poynder
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International Report
Rebuilding Iraq's Cultural Resources
by Jim Ashling
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Product News & Reviews Page 35
People Line & the Executive Profile Page 43
Cover Notes   
Book Review
The User's View of the Internet, by Harry Bruce
reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory
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In Other Words
A look at upcoming articles in Information Today, Inc. publications
by Lauree Padgett
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CONFERENCE CIRCUIT 
Libraries in the Digital Age
This annual event, held in Dubrovnik, Croatia, covered open source systems, search technology, and the Web's impact.
by Emil Levine
Page 1
On the Road
A look at upcoming Information Today, Inc. conferences
by Nancy Garman
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LiS 2003
The Library + information Show, held in London, focused on library management systems, software, and services.
by Jim Ashling

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17th Annual AIIP Conference
This meeting allows independent information professionals to share experiences with other solo business practitioners.
by Susanne Bjorner

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InfoToday 2003   

InfoToday 2003
This New York event addressed new search technologies, the importance of providing services, and the state of the information industry.
by Paula J. Hane

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Saving the Best for Last
InfoToday 2003's Content Management Symposium delivered advice on identifying, selecting, and running CM solutions.
by Gail Dykstra

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Who Owns the Copyright Agenda?
Marybeth Peters' keynote at InfoToday 2003 focused on today's important copyright issues.
by Gail Dykstra
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Conference Calendar Page 30
LinkUp @ Home
Visit Link-Up Digital for additional Web-only content!  
Windows to the Universe
by Thomas Pack
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A Revolution in Connectivity
by Wallys W. Conhaim

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It's Just a Flesh Wound
by David King

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