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Computers in Libraries
VOLUME 29, NUMBER 9 — October 2009
Computers in Libraries
Complete Coverage of Library Information Technology

This Month: Libraries on the Web’s Cutting Edge


U.S. Public Libraries and Web 2.0: What’s Really Happening? 
By Zeth Lietzau

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Making Web 2.0 Work—From ‘Librarian Habilis’ to ‘Librarian Sapiens’Click here for FREE full-text version. 
By Milica Cvetkovic

Page 14

OPACs in the Clouds 
By Paula L. Webb and Muriel D. Nero

Page 18

Adapt for Outreach: Taking Technology on the Road 
By Jason Hyatt and Angela Craig

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From Zero to Web 2.0: Part 2 
By Amber Woodard

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Editor’s Notes
Attracted by 2.0 
By Dick Kaser
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News Desk 
By Bill Greenwood and Michael Baumann
Page 32
Online Treasures
Cutting-Edge Technology for Libraries—The Way It Is in 2009 
By Janet L. Balas
Page 40
Noted & Quoted 
By Celeste Peterson-Sloss
Page 44
Tech Tips for Every Librarian
A Few Magic Tricks 
By Jessamyn West
Page 46
Books to Check Out 
By John Carr
Page 48
Sponsored Content
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Page 11
How to Write for CIL Page 45
Libraries in Computers
When He Said Linking, He Really Meant Linking 
By Daniel Chudnov
Page 23

Building Digital Libraries
Thriving on Technology’s Edge 
By Terence K. Huwe

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The Systems Librarian
Social Networking Strategies for Professionals 
By Marshall Breeding

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