Springer Science+Business Media Changes Hands, Signs Agreement
Thomson Reuters Acquires Discovery Logic, Inc.
EU Ends Microsoft Antitrust Case
Twitter Tests Business Features
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A Prophet Whose Time Has Come
Richard Poynder chats with Stevan Harnad, one of the founding fathers of the open access movement.
OA Highlights in 2009
by Richard Poynder
A Happy Medium: Ebooks, Licensing, and DRM
Piracy, copyright, and licensing issues are making ebook ownership more perilous than we may think.
by Kurt Schiller
Intel Lawsuit Tests Competition Limits
The noted microprocessor manufacturer may pay the price for reportedly trying to blur the distinction between competition and monopolization.
by George H. Pike
Cablevision Case Promises New Copyright Battles Over Technology
Cablevision has won its remote DVR lawsuit on appeal, but is the ruling a harbinger of a new set of digital rights court battles for the future?
by Scott Bain
Life at the Financial Times: A Chat With Caspar de Bono
by Barbara Brynko
Outsell Scout Analytics: A Strategic Partnership
by Barbara Brynko
Experiments in Content Distribution—News, Ebooks, POD, and Legal Resources
by Paula J. Hane
Product News & Reviews
Amazon Unveils Variable Cloud Pricing Scheme
Thomson Reuters: Perfecting the Profile
SciVal Spotlight Illuminates Research Strengths
Focus on Publishing
Open Government = Open Access?
Robin Peek examines whether the Obama administration’s move toward government transparency will provide a boost for the OA movement.
Falling in Love With Technology Once Again
Shirley Duglin Kennedy gives 20 reasons why getting an iPhone is much the same as a second honeymoon with technology.
The FTC Looks at the News
George H. Pike explores the Federal Trade Commission’s view about copyright and aggregation.
Citizens Now Are Copyright Stakeholders
K. Matthew Dames explains why copyright, which was once only a commercial issue, now concerns the public at large.
Moving Target: Understanding Customer Demand
Matthew Shanahan, senior vice president of strategy at Scout Analytics, explains how a service-oriented market changes how companies must measure demand.
BUDDIE Turns Over the Rocks
Mick O’Leary reveals the winner of the 2009 BUDDIE award for best unknown database.
Up Front With Barbara Quint
Data Erosion: Librarians on the Lookout
bq predicts the future for content vendors in “the Mother of All Tough Times.”
SambaStream Ready to Push Content Management Into the Cloud
Marji McClure takes a look at a company with a content management system that gets back to the basics.
Va-Va-Va-Video: Thinking Like Jose
by Dick Kaser
Letter from the Editor
Tracing 350 Years of Discovery
Our global correspondent tracks the history of human information exchange dating from the 17th century.
by Jim Ashling
Library and Information Science Conferences Prominent in March
Donald T. Hawkins provides a sneak preview of the industry’s upcoming conferences.
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by Thomas Pack
Tiger Not Out of Woods or Our Computer Screens
by David King
Taking a Bite Out of Marketing
Bite-Sized Marketing: Realistic Solutions for the Overworked Librarian
by Nancy Dowd, Mary Evangeliste, and Jonathan Silberman
reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory
Words at Work
The ITI Chronicles
Linking Up and Out
Lauree Padgett traces the history of ITI as the company celebrates its 30th anniversary.