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Daily Archives: 24 February 2007
On the surface, Nines is a searchable database for nineteenth-century studies (their name stands for “a networked infrastructure for nineteenth-century electronic scholarship”). When you go beneath the surface, however, there is a great deal of potential to be explored. The … Continue reading
PubReMiner is an interesting tool that lets you see the metadata behind your PubMed search, and lets you narrow your search with quite a bit more understanding of the ways in which you can do so. This was included as … Continue reading
LibLime, the U.S. based support company for the Koha open-source integrated library system (ILS), has acquired Katipo Communication’s Koha division. This is interesting news: not only will LibLime be in a much better position to offer support (it now employs … Continue reading
You’ve heard of the Wisdom of Crowds; you’re familiar with the Long Tail (Wired Magazine article). If you aren’t, you need to do a bit of reading! This brief blog entry puts them together in an interesting way…. from TechEssence