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VOLUME 22 NUMBER 9 October 2005
Information Today
The Newspaper for Users and Producers of Electronic Information Services
Taking Steps for Disaster Recovery
After the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina subsided, businesses with an emergency plan forged ahead; those caught without a plan wished they had one in place. Here's what made the difference in a business bouncing back.  
by Phillip Britt
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Legislative Update
In the Wake of Security Breaches

New proposals are going beyond the established rules to guarantee that customers are properly notified if they're involved in a security breach. 
by Phillip Britt 
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Google Wins U.S. Keyword Case
The U.S. court weighed the facts on whether buying advertising keyword and keyword triggers is actually unfair advantage or whether it infringes on copyright issues. The final verdict will change the way we look at company keywords from now on.
by David Mirchin
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Thunderstone's Simple Search Solution
Get ready for another option in search.
by Jessica L. Dye
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Onvia: Drilling into Sound Research
With government agencies offering contracts, savvy enterprises—small and large—want access to the best background information quickly. Here's a firm that arranges the initial handshake.
by Barbara Brynko
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Project MUSE Celebrates 10 Years
A decade is marked with growth for the visionary project to offer the publications of Johns Hopkins University Press online. 
by Jessica L. Dye
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UtiliCat: Unified Storage Approach
ONStor and 3PAR have teamed up to offer a cost-effective, efficient way to store data.
by Barbara Brynko
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Up Front with Barbara Quint
About That Flaw in Google Print

bq revisits the fine points in her previous writeups about the Google Print project and sets the record straight.

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NewsBreak Update
Katrina's Aftermath Highlights News

by Paula J. Hane

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Focus on Publishing
Open (?) Debate on RCUK

Robin Peek reports on the flurry of points and counterpoints between the ALPSP and RCUK about open access.

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Internet Waves
The Rock of Sisyphus

Shirley Duglin Kennedy ponders the busy world of "oxygen bandits," chronic complainers, and technostress.

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Legal Issues
Licenses Under Wrap

George Pike takes a look at the contracts that lie under shrink-wrap.

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NewsMakers Page 40
Database Review
Grokker's New ‘Look' on Web Searching

Mick O'Leary discovers a gem that's better known as a search-and-sort engine.
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Consumer Terms of Service
by Dick Kaser
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Letter from the Editor Page 16
by Gib Robbie
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International Report
Internet Companies Invest in China

Booming growth, 100 million Internet users, and a search engine named Baidu have turned the spotlight on the Far East.
by Jim Ashling
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Eugene Garfield Turns 80

As the founder of Institute for Scientific Information (ISI), now part of Thomson Scientific, celebrates his 80th birthday, he looks back at a few of the milestones in his long career.
by Paula J. Hane
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People Line & the Executive Profile Page 39
Product News & Reviews Page 41
Not for Researchers Only
Donald T. Hawkins provides a sneak preview of the upcoming conferences around the globe. 
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Report from the Field
Dispatches from Napa

As one president steps down, another steps up as the head of the Association of Information and Dissemination Centers (ASIDIC) at its fall meeting in California's Napa Valley.
Text and photos by Donald T. Hawkins
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Report from the Field
Information Technology's Building Blocks

The winner of the Herman Skolnik Award is one of the highlights at the American Chemical Society's National Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Text and photos by Donald T. Hawkins
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Conference Calendar

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Cover Notes
Book Review
Serving the Needs of Information Professionals

Information Entrepreneurship: Information Services Based on the Information Lifecycle by Susan G. Fowler
reviewed by Gwen M. Gregory
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In Other Words
Moving into Fall

A look inside Information Today, Inc.'s other publications
by Lauree Padgett
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Social Networks: The Internet Continues to Evolve

by Wallys W. Conhaim

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Postings of a Football Helmet Fanatic

by David King

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iPod Heaven
by Thomas Pack

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