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VOLUME 20 NUMBER 3 March 2003
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services
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Poynder on Point
An Ugly Situation

In a search for answers about the RoweCom/divine matter, Richard Poynder attends the first European "divine Day" and talks with divine International president and COO Ken Kinsella.
by Richard Poynder

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COLUMNS & NEWS

NewsBytes[Full Text]

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Up Front with Barbara Quint
Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock
bq explains how time—or the lack thereof—plays an important role in the searching process.

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NewsBreak Update[Full Text]
New Developments in Content Licensing, Open-Access Publishing, and More
by Paula J. Hane

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Legal Issues
The World's Biggest Copy Machine
Stephanie C. Ardito discusses a WIPO report that presents findings about intellectual property and the Internet.

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Internet Waves
Where Have All the People Gone?

Shirley Duglin Kennedy claims that the use and assistance of librarians might improve companies' customer service centers.

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Focus on Publishing
Spam Jeopardizes E-Mail Publishing

Robin Peek believes that if the e-mail publishing industry can't manage the spam problem, the government will have to step in.

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Database Review
Safari/ProQuest Team Boosts E-Book Prospects
Mick O'Leary talks about how this new alliance produces a solid IT collection and offers benefits to producers, customers, and libraries.

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DEPARTMENTS 

Opinion
The E-Mail Rebellion [Full Text]

by Dick Kaser

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Letters to the Editor

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InfoToons
by Gib Robbie

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International Report
The latest news and issues from the U.K., Europe, and Australasia

by Jim Ashling

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Investigative Report
The Best Man for the Job Is a Woman?

Two information feminists talk about the gender imbalance in some information industry professions.
by Sjoerd Vogt

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Interview
Serious About Customer Service

Factiva president and CEO Clare Hart talks about her company's new products and its plans for the future.
by Paula J. Hane

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People Line & the Executive Profile Page 31
Product News & Reviews[Full Text] Page 47
Cover Notes  

Book Review
Evolution in Reference and Information Services: The Impact of the Internet, edited by Di Su

reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory

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What's New in ITI's Other Publications [Full Text]
by Lauree Padgett

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CONFERENCE CIRCUIT 

On the Road
A monthly look at upcoming ITI conferences
[Full Text]
by Nancy Garman

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Conference Calendar

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PSP 2003 Annual Conference

 
The Future of Journals[Full Text]
As chair of the PSP Executive Council, Elsevier's Pieter Bolman had introduced the keynote speaker at the PSP 2003 Annual Conference. He spoke to Dick Kaser later that day about scholarly publishing, among other things.
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The Scholarly Publishing Debate[Full Text]
by Dick Kaser
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Information Online 2003

 
Information Online 2003[Full Text]
This biannual Australian event has a lot to offer escapees from the chilly Northern Hemisphere.
by Ray Lewis
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Information Online Plenary Presentations[Full Text]
This conference was the 11th in a series sponsored by the Australian Library and Information Association.
by Donald T. Hawkins
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InfoToday 2003

 
Conference Preview Page 41
Conference Registration Page 46
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Web Sites for Teachers
by Thomas Pack

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Virtual Volunteering
by Wallys W. Conhaim

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CyberSports
by David King

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