Stick, and Stamp
Scrapbooking Resources on the Web
Forget those dull, black pages and those pesky little corners for attaching photos.
Scrapbooking has entered the 21st century! Find out where to go online for inspiration
and way-cool tools in this article by Paula Berinstein.
Management Consulting for You?
Part 4: Practitioners Call the Shots
In the final (really!) installment of their series, Ulla de Stricker and Annie
Joan Olesen share what their colleagues have identified as the keys to establishing
healthy consultant-client relationships.
to Patent Searcher
Why, What, and How?
Randall Ward offers up an interesting career move option to fellow scientists
and engineers: going the patent searcher route.
|Libraries and Their
Getting the Right Mix
Bonnie Burwell and Rebecca Jones help librarians dealing with limited and dwindling
resources ensure that the right services are still being provided to their client
Usage Drives Protection
In her article on the state of DRM, which is getting lackluster, at best, attention
these days, Jill O'Neill looks at recent shifts, what DRM encompasses, the user
context, and open collaborative environments.
|Saying "I Do" to
Another "Next Big Thing" for Librarians?
Thinking about starting a casual relationship with the phenom known as podcasting,
but don't know if you're ready to get serious? Laura Gordon-Murnane does a background
check on this latest high-tech offering, looking at how it works, what's in it
for you, and how it can be utilized within the library community.
Considering Internet Governance Role
Wallace Koehler previews the newly established Working Group on Internet Governance,
charged with the responsibility of developing Internet governance proposals for
the November 2005 World Summit on the Information Society.
How can "Tithing" bring forth miracles in the third millennium? bq says if librarians
look for the silver lining, they should help share the wealth in the Information
| Tools of the
Need to cut out excess, superfluous jargon from your prose? Sheri Lanza shows
you how to turn into a mean, lean writing machine with the new Bullfighter software
Laura Felter asks this burning question: Can version 5.0 of DialogLink be
as noteworthy as its predecessor? Read her column to find out why the answer
is yes — and it's not just because it has been introduced as a chemical
structure searching platform.
Comments on our European correspondent and bq's real-world products topic.
Find the postal and electronic addresses, phone
and fax numbers for all the companies, products,
and people mentioned in this issue.