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VOLUME 31• NUMBER 5 • June 2014
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services

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TOP STORY

What Heartbleed Means for the Future of the Internet
Undiscovered for 2 years, one of the web’s biggest security flaws may portend further internet structural troubles without proper intervention.
by Donovan Griffin

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FEATURES

Securing the Internet of ThingsClick for FREE full-text article.
by Brandi Scardilli

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Ten Tips for Internet of Things Security in Homes and BusinessesClick for FREE full-text article.
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FCC and IMLS Update Focus
by Nancy K. Herther

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NEWS

NewsMakers

Page 6

Executive Profile
John Law, VP, Enterprise Product Strategy, ProQuest
by Jamie Babbitt

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Special Report
Internet Security Breaches on the Rise
by Brandi Scardilli

Page 8
NewsBytes Page 12

Showcasing Beautiful Libraries
by Deborah Poulson

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International Report
From Elibraries and Digitization to E-Reading Rights
by John Charlton

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World of Libraries Page 15

OneSource Becomes Avention
by Marydee Ojala

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INSIGHTS
Editor’s Note
Read All About It
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by Deborah Poulson
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Behind the Lens
Hey! Check Out My Camera Roll
by Dick Kaser

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ViewPoint
Déjà Vu All Over Again: NISO’s DDA Report
by Barbara Quint

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Insider’s Perspective
Accelerating Into the Cloud: Engaging Customers and Fueling Growth
by Andrew J. Lang

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Internet Waves
Webinar Overload
by Shirley Duglin Kennedy

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Copyright and Public Libraries
by Corilee Christou

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Legal Issues
Love It or Hate It: Native Advertising on the Internet
by George H. Pike

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TECHNOLOGY

Tools of the Trade
Neither Gone nor Forgotten
by Donovan Griffin

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IT Spotlight
Puppet Labs: Advanced IT Automation
by Donovan Griffin

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Database Review
Getty Images’ Copyright Workaround
by Mick O’Leary

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Redefining Search
Enterprise Search and Big Data
by Stephen E. Arnold

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Product News Page 28
Alexander Street Press: Academic Video Databases
Page 28
SecurEnvoy: A Fresh Approach to Two-Factor Authentication
Page 29
Diablo Technologies: Paralleled Memory Storage
Page 29
Gale: Library Analytics Made Easy
Page 30
Vital Source Technologies: Fulfilling Digital Textbook Needs
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CONFERENCES
Information Today, Inc. Conferences Page 16

Report From the Field
Charmed, I’m Sure: AIIP Charts the Course in Baltimore
by Marydee Ojala

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Report From the Field
Hacking Libraries—And More at Computers in Libraries
by Marydee Ojala

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Report From the Field
Startup Weekend Toronto EDU: Library Edition
by June Avila

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Global Outlook

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COVER TO COVER

In Other Words
Social Graces
by Lauree Padgett

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Book Review
The End of Our Era?
Are Libraries Obsolete? An Argument for Relevance in the Digital Age
by Mark Y. Herring
Reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory

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Words at Work

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LiteByte
Oyster Puts a Library on Digital Devices
by Thomas Pack

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