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Articles from Information World Review (March 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
A cyber man to the core. Interview 637
CloudView makes UCLan searching easier. Brief article 266
Crown Copyright switches to Creative Commons. Owen, Tim Buckley 306
Data integrity is unprotected. Brief article 243
Diary dates. Calendar 368
e-Patai concocts the perfect formula: mixing the respected chemistry reference books with searchable electronic access has stirred up a potent solution to suit everyone's tastes. Venkatraman, Archana Website overview 1061
Exit or engagement? Info pros have a responsibility to participate in the great anarchy versus order debate. Gannon-Leary, Pat Book review 848
Flexing the long arm of networking law: staff in sensitive jobs need a set of clear rules about how they can use social networking sites. Cowley, Hannah 625
It's jam today to win new business insights: Jams are packed with knowledge--go get some. Tebbutt, David 648
Lawyer research capabilities boosted. 186
London university plans open access. 407
Melting down the crown jewels: by the law of averages, some of the new data mashed from data.gov.uk is likely to be misleading. But it's worth the risk, argues Tim Buckley Owen. Owen, Tim Buckley 921
MPs urge social sciences to take more active role. 347
Next patient, please: the Tories are promising to put huge swathes of NHS data online. But will that give it the transfusion it needs? asks Archana Venkatraman. Venkatraman, Archana 906
Open for business: open source applications for business intelligence are gaining ground across the board, particularly as companies continue to seek cost savings, reports Archana Venkatraman. Venkatraman, Archana 997
Optimistic Reed back on course: Archana Venkatraman finds out what Reed Elsevier's 2009 results mean for the industry. Venkatraman, Archana Company overview 1054
Outsell expands again and buys content consultancy. 238
Pay walls need community to succeed, warn experts. Venkatraman, Archana 304
ProQuest wins reference award. 131
Real-time search plays fast and loose with its moniker: social content search may have been around for a few years but it remains an uneven work in progress, says Stephen Arnold. Arnold, Stephen E Viewpoint essay 1241
Science data scandals put spotlight on info practices: stakeholders demand improved science information management. Venkatraman, Archana 888
Science under the microscope: confidence in the scientific case for the dangers of climate change needs a serious boost after the battering it received over "email-gate", says Archana Venkatraman. Venkatraman, Archana 1502
Stocking the memory store: an inspirational practical guide to defining community identity with records and archive. Venkatraman, Archana Book review 1048
Subscription blues for pink 'un. Brief article 187
Tap the Google gusher: Google is a potential goldmine for individuals and organisations with the right combination of skills, savvy, and motivation. The second part of our feature on creating a revenue stream from Google explains how to make money from that mix. Arnold, Stephen E 1248
The politics of science: want to be a successful scientific researcher? Make sure you understand the politics of science publishing--knowledge of the subject can wait. 1102
UK educational institutions sitting on a data loss time bomb. 266
Websites for ever. 137
What's so scary about free and open apps? Progress is being vetoed by fearful thinking. Venkatraman, Archana 446
Wolters Kluwer treads water as recession bites. Brief article 235

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