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VOLUME 21 NUMBER 1 January 2004
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services
Information Today

What's Ahead for 2004? [Full Text]
Eleven information industry gurus offer their predictions
for the new year.

Page 1

Live from London!
The Information Today, Inc. Web log ( went live for the Online Information 2003 conference in London.
by John Eichorn

Page 32

NewsBytes[Full Text]

Page 2

Up Front with Barbara Quint
The End of the 'Big Deal' Era

bq explains how harsh budgetary policies seem to have finally caught up with scholarly publishers.

Page 7

NewsBreak Update
The Latest Developments in Open Access, E-Books, and More [Full Text]
by Paula J. Hane

Page 7

Focus on Publishing
Open Access Expands Its Reach [Full Text]
Robin Peek takes a look at how the scholarly publishing community seems poised to abandon traditional methods and embrace the open-access movement.

Page 17

Internet Insights
Jacsó's 2003 Cheers and Jeers

Péter Jacsó reviews last year's best and worst examples of linking.

Page 17

Legal Issues
New International IP Laws on the Horizon
George H. Pike discusses some international copyright developments that could have an effect on U.S. law.

Page 17

Database Review
More Than Just Market Research
Mick O'Leary says that the Global Market Information Database provides a valuable data set, powerful analytical tools, and a favorable subscription pricing program.

Page 39

Investigative Report
Fiddling While Rome Burns?

Could librarians' concerns about intellectual freedom be misplaced?
by Richard Poynder

Page 1

Letter to the Editor [Full Text]

Page 16

Reading from the Bottom Up
[Full Text]
by Dick Kaser

Page 16

by Gib Robbie

Page 16

International Report
The Latest News from the U.K., France, and Kenya

by Richard Poynder

Page 28
Product News & Reviews Page 39
People Line Page 45
Book Review
Budget Web Sites Can Still Do the Job

Web Design on a Shoestring, by Carrie Bickner
reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory
Page 46
In Other Words
Buy the Farm, Pick the Pol, and Hold the List
[Full Text]
A look at what's inside Information Today, Inc.'s other publications
by Lauree Padgett
Page 46

Report from the Field
Internet Librarian Returns to Monterey
[Full Text]
This event focused on search, marketing, and the librarian as content engineer.
by George Plosker

Page 1
On the Road
by Nancy Garman
Page 30
Report from the Field
Search, Navigate, Find, Personalize

Internet Librarian's Navigating and Searching track drew a number of conference attendees.
by Marydee Ojala
Page 33
Report from the Field
Funding Strategies for Libraries

by George Plosker
Page 33

Report from the Field
Tech Trends at Internet Librarian
The event's discussions about technology developments were always connected to content.
by Paula J. Hane

Page 34
Conference Calendar Page 34

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