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VOLUME 15 • NUMBER 7 • July/August 2007
Searcher
The Magazine for Database Professionals

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Click here for a collection of links mentioned in this article.Who Cares About Whois?
Whois, a TCP-based query/response protocol used to determine the owner of a domain name, IP address, or an autonomous system number on the Internet, is being reassessed. Wallace Koehler tells Searcher readers why they should care and how privacy issues could be altered, for good and bad.

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Citations and Aberrations
Especially in today’s “Webbed-up” world, bibliographic citations can be a messy problem. Nick Tomaiuolo, an instruction librarian well-versed on the subject, offers the best resources for learning — and teaching — proper online citation methods.

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Click here for a collection of links mentioned in this article.Online Social Networks, Virtual Communities, Enterprises, and Information Professionals
Part 1. Past and Present
In the first of three articles that will explore the history and growth of online social networks and what this growth means to info pros, Mike Reid and Christian Gray explain the phenomenon of social networking, look at its origins, and define terms.

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Click here for a collection of links mentioned in this article. Open Access
The Yellow Brick Road, Its Walls, and Speed Bumps

It’s a complex time for those seeking and those publishing STM information. As Miriam Drake reports, the issue of open access is still unresolved with attempts to create new models of profit-generation still being resisted.

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As the popularity of Google Custom Search Engines (CSEs) grows, bq calls librarians to arms to create a CSE network of their very own.
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Click here for a collection of links mentioned in this article.Internet Express
Entertainment Advisory: Book, Movie, and Television Reviews and News on the Web

If you’re an entertainment junkie, you’ll love Irene McDermott’s “Entertainment Advisory,” in which she tells you where to go for book, movie, and television reviews, as well as the latest show biz news.

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Click here for a collection of links mentioned in this article.Webmastery
LibraryThing.com: The Holy Grail of Book Recommendation Engines

Jennie Starr, who heads up a book club, reviews LibraryThing.com and shows why it is considered the Holy Grail of book recommendation engines and the bibliophile’s best friend.

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Click here for a collection of links mentioned in this article.The Sidebar
The High Risk of Free: State Law on the Web

Carol Ebbinghouse takes a look at free state law information available on the Web — and, in general, it ain’t pretty!

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