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VOLUME 27 • NUMBER 10 • November 2010
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services

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NEWS BRIEFS
Ovid Gives Chinese Institutions Access to LWW Collection  Order Full Text Page 3
Facebook Debuts More Privacy FeaturesOrder Full Text Page 3
B2B Network LaunchesOrder Full Text Page 4
CCC Opens RightsDirectOrder Full Text Page 6
In Memoriam: Nathalie DusoulierOrder Full Text Page 15
NewsMakers Page 27
FEATURES

Getting a Grip on Reputation Order Full Text
In an era when news about people and products travel in real time, several companies are specializing in bringing the luster back to tarnished online reputations.
by Kurt Schiller

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Accurate Information Is Good Information Page 44
Just Scraping By Page 46

Copyright: A Partial Victory for Georgia StateOrder Full Text
The decision still isn’t final, but GSU is making gains in the copyright tug-of-war between publishers and university course materials.
by George H. Pike

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Stanford: Engineering a Digital Library Order Full Text
Designing the engineering library at Stanford University meant thinking ahead to high-tech services for tomorrow’s students.
by Roger Edelson

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Pew Report: The Top App UsersOrder Full Text Page 2

VIVO: The Incentive Factor Order Full Text

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Pew Report: Digital Natives Get PersonalOrder Full Text

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The Science of Predicting Nobel Prize WinnersOrder Full Text

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COLUMNS

Insider’s Perspective
Collaboration: ­ What Wikipedia Knows That Businesses Don’tOrder Full Text
Guest columnist Su-Laine Yeo focuses on Wikipedia as a way to teach business professionals about collaboration.

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Focus on Publishing
Is the Web Dead? Order Full Text
Robin Peek says the web is very much alive and settling in to a maturity all its own.

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Internet Waves
‘Content Farms,’ Information Literacy, and You Order Full Text
Shirley Duglin Kennedy looks beyond the realm of substandard digital content and to the joys of vetted information.

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Legal Issues
Is First Sale for Digital Content at Risk? Order Full Text
George H. Pike navigates the murky legal world of digital content and why the first sale doctrine might be near extinction in this new media landscape.

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Redefining Search
Voice Search: ‘Beam Me Up, Scotty’ for Everyone Order Full Text
Stephen E. Arnold explores the latest innovations in search engines that understand human speech.

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Database Review
Conservapedia Is No Pedia Order Full Text
Mick O’Leary takes a look at online encyclopedias and political ideology that just don’t mix.

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NEWS
NewsBytes Page 3

NewsBreak Update
Interactive Digital Publishing, Local News, and Etextbooks
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by Paula J. Hane

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NewsMakers Page 23

Product News & Reviews
35 - SnapPages: Making Website Creation a Snap Order Full Text
36 - Expert Consult Unlocks Citations Order Full Text
37 - YouSendIt: Moving Into Enterprise Management Order Full Text
38 - ZoomInfo: New Platform, New People Order Full Text

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DEPARTMENTS
Up Front With Barbara Quint
Eyeball Retention = Customer Retention Order Full Text
bq introduces a possible revenue-generating idea that combines social networking and product consumption.
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Letter from the EditorOrder Full Text Page 16

Editorial
Holding on to Your Digital Objects
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by Dick Kaser

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IT Spotlight
DeepDyve Focuses on Key Phrase Search Order Full Text
Marji McClure profiles a company that offers search for serious researchers.
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International Report
Digital Library for Life Order Full Text
Our global correspondent showcases a few libraries that are dedicated to helping genetics experts in their search for the meaning of life.
by Jim Ashling
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People Line & the Executive Profile Order Full Text

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CONFERENCE CIRCUIT

Conference Circuit
OA and Digital Publishing Highlight Winter Lineup Order Full Text
Donald T. Hawkins provides a sneak preview of the industry’s upcoming conferences.

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Information Today, Inc.’s Conference Dates

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Conferences Around the World Page 26
LINK-UP@HOME

Get Stress Relief on the Web Order Full Text
by Thomas Pack

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CyberSports
Crusty Memories of Fernandomania and a Famous Chicken
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by David King

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COVER NOTES

Book Review
Get a Degree With Your Phone Order Full Text
M-Libraries 2: A Virtual Library in Everyone’s Pocket
by Mohamed Ally and Gill Needham
reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory

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Words at Work Order Full Text

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The ITI Chronicles
Buy, Buy, ITI Acquisition Pie
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Lauree Padgett traces the history of ITI as the company celebrates its 30th anniversary.

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