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'The UK's Open Access policy: controversy continues'. Brief article Jul 1, 2013 212
The big deal: it's all about cost. Sep 1, 2011 2079
Suber: leader of a leaderless revolution. Interview Jul 1, 2011 2788
Not looking for sympathy. Interview Jan 1, 2011 2426
The impact of open notebook science. Interview Sep 1, 2010 2556
The changing face of academic presses: interview with Sarah Pritchard). Interview Jun 1, 2010 2604
A prophet whose time has come. Interview Feb 1, 2010 3070
Aslib dies, and is reborn. Feb 1, 2005 1612
Tug of war. Feb 1, 2005 3164
Essential for science interview with Vitek Tracz. Jan 1, 2005 4212
No gain without pain. Nov 1, 2004 4250
Ten years after. Oct 1, 2004 4000
The latest from Spain, Singapore, the U.K., and Iraq. Oct 1, 2004 2202
Put up or shut up. Interview Sep 1, 2004 3628
News from the U.K., Finland, India, and China. Jul 1, 2004 2174
Who will knock these heads together? Jun 1, 2004 2548
Vicious circle. May 1, 2004 2471
International report. May 1, 2004 2107
The inevitable and the optimal. Apr 1, 2004 2404
Underpinning the research community. Interview Mar 1, 2004 2658
Thailand. Mar 1, 2004 401
Malaysia. Mar 1, 2004 388
Australia. Mar 1, 2004 524
Taiwan. Mar 1, 2004 506
U.K. Mar 1, 2004 371
The very heart of a college. Feb 1, 2004 2266
A fresh breeze at FIZ Karlsruhe. Interview Feb 1, 2004 2397
Fiddling while Rome burns? Jan 1, 2004 3022
U.K. (electronic publication collection legislation). Jan 1, 2004 786
France. (trademarks). Jan 1, 2004 567
Kenya. (copyright). Jan 1, 2004 874
Speaking up. Nov 1, 2003 154
Serbia. Nov 1, 2003 795
U.K. Nov 1, 2003 526
Australia. Nov 1, 2003 443
Cambodia. Nov 1, 2003 446
Change is very exciting. Interview Sep 1, 2003 2031
Elephants and dung trucks. Sep 1, 2003 3004
International report. Sep 1, 2003 2107
A question of trust. (Investigative Report). Jul 1, 2003 2957
Reclaiming the digital commons. (Investigative Report). Column Jun 1, 2003 3013
Online Publishers Association (OPA). (International Report: Paris). Jun 1, 2003 331
PULMAN, a European Commission-funded network charged with promoting international cooperation in the development of digital services for public libraries and cultural organizations. (International Report: Oeiras, Portugal). Jun 1, 2003 428
UNESCO designated April 23 "World Book and Copyright Day". (International Report: London). Jun 1, 2003 338
German rights society VG Wort and IT manufacturers. (International Report: Munich, Germany). Jun 1, 2003 364
Dutch anti-spam activist Rejo Zenger. (International Report: Rotterdam, Netherlands). Jun 1, 2003 344
Liverpool city council. (International Report: Liverpool, England). Brief Article Jun 1, 2003 291
Old Bailey--London's venerable central court. (International Report: London). Jun 1, 2003 159
Enclosing the digital commons. (Investigative Report). May 1, 2003 2999
Surviving in a harsh world. (Interview With Roger Bowes). Apr 1, 2003 4665
Amsterdam, Netherlands. (International Report). Apr 1, 2003 432
Geneva. (International Report). Apr 1, 2003 364
Helsinki, Finland. (International Report). Apr 1, 2003 398
Hanoi, Vietnam. (International Report). Apr 1, 2003 405
Dusseldorf, Germany. (International Report). Apr 1, 2003 512
London. (International Report). Apr 1, 2003 277
An ugly situation. (Poynder on Point). Mar 1, 2003 2013
A happy accident. (Interview with Pierre Buffet). Interview Feb 1, 2003 1910
International report. Feb 1, 2003 2127
Getting users to pay the freight. (Poynder on Point). Jan 1, 2003 1917
A true market failure: professor Mark McCabe talks about problems in the STM publishing industry. (Poynder on Point). Interview Dec 1, 2002 1949
Kluwer Academic Publishers sold to venture capitalists. (News Break). Dec 1, 2002 1068
Reinventing MCB University Press: can this journal publisher distance itself from its once-controversial reputation? (Poynder on Point). Nov 1, 2002 1857
The price of freedom is eternal vigilance: the USA PATRIOT Act has been viewed by some with a healthy dose of skepticism. (Poynder on Point). Oct 1, 2002 2141
The shooting of Dan Wagner: this candid interview finds the former Dialog CEO still pulling no punches. (Poynder on Point). Sep 1, 2002 4554
FIZ Karlsruhe celebrates 25 years: intelligent decisions and state support have helped it reach this milestone. (IT Feature). Sep 1, 2002 1831
Blackwell Publishing in Dynasty-style dispute. (News Break). Statistical Data Included Jul 1, 2002 1135
The big lie: is vendor sponsorship a win-win arrangement or is it having a corrosive effect on the industry. (Poynder on Point). Editorial Jun 1, 2002 2646
Moving up the value chain: MicroPatent president Steve Wolfson talks about his company's products, acquisitions, and competition. (IT Interview). Interview May 1, 2002 2564
Not pleading poverty: Elsevier Science chairman Derk Haank addresses industry and end-user issues. (IT Interview). Company Profile Apr 1, 2002 3252
George Soros gives $3 million to new open access initiative. (News Break). Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 1156
Paying the price for security: The financial and social costs of protecting digital information are growing exponentially. (IT Feature). Feb 1, 2002 1343
A Look at Delphion Alter 5 Years: This company's model has helped change the patent information industry. (IT Feature). Jan 1, 2002 2011
A ton of patents behind him: Aurigin systems CEO kevin rivette talks about his company's products and competitors. (IT interview). Interview Dec 1, 2001 1987
The Open Source Movement. Oct 1, 2001 1979
Are Reed Elsevier and Thomson Corp. Monopolists? Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 1941
Derwent Keeps Current. Interview May 1, 2000 2657
LEXIS-NEXIS Acquires Online Services from the U.K.'s FT Group. Mar 1, 2000 1464
Things Fall Apart. Feb 1, 2000 1731
What Price Copyright? New Concerns. Dec 1, 1999 1729
Thinking Outside of the Box. Sep 1, 1999 1733
Primark Rolls Out Piranha. Jun 1, 1999 1106
Hitching a Ride on the Gravy Train. May 1, 1999 1694
Joseph Kasputys Discusses Primark's 'Re-Engineering'. Interview Apr 1, 1999 2745
VCs: Out to Flip the Paradigm. Feb 1, 1999 1768
Portals: Pointers to the Future? Dec 1, 1998 1739
Hope Against Turbulent Asian Markets. Sep 1, 1998 1713
A market whose time is still to come; Eastern Europe is a region full of enthusiasm for online information. Column May 1, 1998 1696
A dialog with Dan Wagner: the Dialog Corp.'s chief addresses the future. Interview Mar 1, 1998 1790
John Regazzi reinvents Ei; Engineering Information's chief shares his vision. Interview Feb 1, 1998 1726
Presenting an alternative Weltanschauung; contrasting business models captured attention at International Online. Column Feb 1, 1998 1746
It's push, Jim, but not as we know it. Column Dec 1, 1997 1764
Reed Elsevier, Wolters Kluwer to merge into megapublisher. Nov 1, 1997 999
IT interviews Michael Foster of Reuters. Interview Nov 1, 1997 1741
FT Information quickens its pace; Donal Smith discusses the company/industry's future. Interview Sep 1, 1997 1672
Let's get reciprocal (not); will Reuters' denial of contract renewals spark a trade war of sorts? Sep 1, 1997 1706
International Online celebrates 20 years. Dec 1, 1996 1621
A superhighway or railway madness? Dire predictions are made as to the fate of many Internet companies. Sep 1, 1996 1695

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