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Information Today
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VOLUME 20 NUMBER 5 May 2003
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services
Featuring:  
COLUMNS & NEWS

NewsBytes

Page 3
Up Front with Barbara Quint
Working the Clock
bq explains how vendors can provide services that save their clients time.
Page 7
NewsBreak Update
News on Web Resources, divine/RoweCom, More

by Paula J. Hane
Page 7
Legal Issues
Information Brokers and Cyberstalking [Full Text]
Stephanie C. Ardito discusses an identity-theft case that could have negative consequences for the information industry.
Page 17
Internet Waves
Is It Age or Is It Attitude?
Old-school info pro Shirl Kennedy talks about adjusting to "new-school" applications.
Page 17
Focus on Publishing
Streaming Video Comes of Age

Robin Peek explains how this technology has made significant inroads into Web space.
Page 17
Database Review
netLibrary Rolls Out an Online Reference Collection

Mick O'Leary likes this new resource's content and interface, but has doubts about its pricing model.
Page 33
DEPARTMENTS 
Interview
Visualizing Online Information
[Full Text]
Antarctica Systems CTO Tim Bray discusses his company's software, technology, and market strategy.
by Paula J. Hane
Page 1
Opinion
Net Rises to the Occasion
[Full Text]
by Dick Kaser
Page 16
Letters to the Editor Page 16
InfoToons
by Gib Robbie
Page 16
Product News & Reviews [Full Text] Page 33
Investigative Report
Enclosing the Digital Commons

Some information professionals are concerned that the aggressive use of copy-protection tools will limit the public's access to proprietary copyrighted material.
by Richard Poynder
Page 37
International Report
The latest news and issues from the U.K., Europe, and Australasia
by Jim Ashling
Page 16
People Line & the Executive Profile Page 45
Cover Notes   
Book Review
Teamwork and Collaboration in Libraries: Tools for Theory and Practice, edited by Marc B. Silverman
reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory
Page 46
In Other Words
by Lauree Padgett
Page 46
CONFERENCE CIRCUIT 
ILI 2003  

This March event, held in Birmingham, England, played host to 300 delegates from 32 countries.[Full Text]
by Jim Ashling

Page 1
Computers in Libraries 2003  

Computers in Libraries 2003
This event covered new topics such as Web logs and RSS, and featured old favorites like "dead and emerging technologies."
[Full Text]
by Shirley Duglin Kennedy

Page 1
Answering the Unanswerable at CIL
In this conference session, info pro Mary Ellen Bates shared some advanced research strategies.
[Full Text]
by Shirley Duglin Kennedy
Page 31
On the Road
A monthly look at upcoming ITI conferences
[Full Text]
by Nancy Garman
Page 21
ASIDIC Attendees Hit the Jackpot in Vegas
The program at this meeting focused on content provision, e-learning, and disappearing databases.
by Donald T. Hawkins
Page 24
Open Access and the Public Domain
Participants at this UNESCO-sponsored event addressed the legal, technical, and economic aspects of information distribution.
by Jim Ashling
Page 27
Conference Calendar Page 32
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Online Almanacs
by Thomas Pack
Page 41
Armchair Travel
by Wallys W. Conhaim
Page 41
Wild About Harry
by David King
Page 41

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