Randall Marcinko covers
“The Battle for the Desktop” at the 26th National Federation of Indexing
and Abstracting conference in Philadelphia to see if complacency is running
rampant within the vendor ranks.
Larry Krumenaker and
Jill Ann Hurst share the secrets of how to search Dialog, LEXIS-NEXIS,
and Dow Jones Interactive to find all available newspapers online in the
quickest amount of time, for the least amount of money.
Giving hope to “Willy
Lomans” everywhere, Rosemary Whitney reviews four business databases —
Dun and Bradstreet, InfoUSA, iMarket, and Harris InfoSource — that can
help to breathe new life into a sagging sales territory.
Did you know Oklahoma
is prime wine country or that Minnesota is the perfect warm weather vacation
site? By visiting clever bogus sites, LaJean Humphries shows how instructors
can accurately evaluate Web sites.
Calling all rocket
scientists! An exasperated bq wonders why in this age of technological
advancement, seemingly avoidable glitches still exist and who to turn to
now to end them once and for all. [Page 6]
If you use the Net
to keep up-to-date on news, Irene McDermott tells you who, what, where,
when, and how to find all the current events and late-breaking issues you
need to satisfy your curiosity.