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Computers in Libraries
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VOLUME 25, NUMBER 1 January 2005
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Small-Library and Do-It-Yourself Technologies


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How a Spark of Innovation in Fayetteville Changed the RFID and Self-Check Paradigm
Ever wish that you could take a library tech vision and convince vendors to help make your idea reality? This article proves that persistence pays off. It explains how the spark of an idea was patiently fanned until it became something really hot!
By Louise Levy Schaper

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XML, the DNA of the Knowledge Management Evolution
More and more library do-it-yourselfers are finding that XML is the right building block for their organic projects. This team used it to build a consortiumwide knowledgebase and explains how you could do the same.
By Jan Hayes, Christina Stoll, and Dawne Tortorella

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Using Web Server Logs to Track Users Through the Electronic Forest[Full Text]
If you really want to know what your users are doing and which of your sites they're accessing, you can track their electronic movements via logs from your Web servers. If you don't want to pay for an off-the-shelf package, you can read about how this author adapted an open source tool instead.
By Karen A. Coombs
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DEPARTMENTS

Editor's Notes
Happy Anniversary to Us!
By Kathy Dempsey

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Newsline

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Newsline Reports
LITA National Forum 2004:
Where Are We Going? Where Have We Been?

By Steve McCann and Stephen Meyer
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Noted & Quoted

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ask techman
by D. Scott Brandt
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SPECIAL SECTIONS

CIL 2005 Conference Preview

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