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Magazines > Computers in Libraries > January/February 2010

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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 30, NUMBER 1 — January/February 2010
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Libraries in the Age of Discovery


The Day Search Stood StillClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Will Sexton

Page 6

Fear and Trembling in Connecticut (Or ‘How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Open Source’)
By Amy Terlaga

Page 13

Library Programming With Lego Mindstorms, Scratch, and PicoCricket: Analysis of Best Practices for Public Libraries
By Juan Suarez Romero

Page 16

Helping You Buy ILS
By Pamela R. Cibbarelli

Page 20

From Zero to Web 2.0: Part 3
By Amber Woodard

Page 27
Editor’s Notes
Dawning of the Age of DiscoveryClick here for FREE full-text version.
By Dick Kaser
Page 4
Books to Check Out
By Deborah Poulson
Page 29
News Desk
By Michael Baumann
Page 38
Online Treasures
Farewell Dear OPAC, We Barely Knew Ye
By Janet L. Balas
Page 40
Noted & Quoted
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
Page 41
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
What Is the What With Widgets?
By Jessamyn West
Page 42
Sponsored Content—Community Tagging at Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Library SystemClick here for FREE full-text version. Page 10
How to Write for CIL Page 18

PLUS ... a Bonus Content Guide to ILS Vendors & ProductsClick here for FREE full-text version.
Libraries in Computers
Three Things to Watch for in 2010
By Daniel Chudnov
Page 24

The Systems Librarian
The State of the Art in Library Discovery 2010
By Marshall Breeding

Page 31

Building Digital Libraries
Online History-Keeping for Outreach and Community Development
By Terence K. Huwe

Page 35

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