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So long, and thanks for all the fish: more and more technology leads to less and less privacy. Column Feb 1, 2005 1784
Computers: a disposable commodity. Jan 1, 2005 2192
Broadband: engine for change: the broadband revolution is a serious engine of change. Nov 1, 2004 1582
The network strikes back. Oct 1, 2004 2440
We're live! We're up! We're on Sirsi! Sep 1, 2004 1757
Managing minions and milestones. Jun 1, 2004 1603
Wi-Fi saves local newspaper (for a day): since we had promoted our wireless web access through press releases, the local newspaper knew to turn to us during a power outage. May 1, 2004 1590
Conversion conundrums and training traumas. Apr 1, 2004 1621
The 21st century is here, and it uses 19th-century technology. Mar 1, 2004 1736
The mystery of the blinking blue light; servers go down, service declines, and the bar codes are in the mail. Feb 1, 2004 1821
RFID: helpmate or conspiracy? Some watchdog groups claim that RFID tags herald the end of consumer privacy. I say RFID usage in libraries can keep records more private than in the past. Column Jan 1, 2004 2073
May we have the envelope, please? While comparing competing ILS packages, we amassed hundreds of pages of details and differences. Column Nov 1, 2003 2273
The siren song of fiber. Oct 1, 2003 1499
Kitsap update: systems, servers, and new laws: ILS decisions, the PATRIOT Act, filtering, and a bad batch of bar codes kept us pretty busy this summer. Sep 1, 2003 1966
C3PO returns; world rejoices: Kitsap's getting a new system. (The View From the Top Left Corner). Column Jun 1, 2003 1620
You are under attack 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. (The View From the Top Left Corner). May 1, 2003 1714
You can't disintermediate the great intermediaries! (The View from the Top Left Corner). Apr 1, 2003 1556
PDA avoidance: they'll get you eventually! I finally succumbed to using a PDA, and so will you. You'll get one, even if today you are shaking your head, and you won't be able to live without it. (The View from the Top Left Corner). Column Mar 1, 2003 1633
Prices fall, replacements soar--you still need to spend the money. (The View from the Top Left Corner). Column Feb 1, 2003 1568
Meaningful Web statistics? Now you're hitting on something! (The View from the Top Left Corner). Jan 1, 2003 1941
Bar codes: a relic of the 20th century; the technology already exists to replace bar codes with RFID tags. (The View from the Top Left Corner). Column Nov 1, 2002 1631
Planning for those 'unknown unknown' projects. (The View From the Top Left Corner). Column Oct 1, 2002 2157
Deep thought's great-grandson on the horizon. (The View from the Top Left Corner). Sep 1, 2002 1782
E-rate: it's not paranoia if they're really out to get you. (The View from the Top Left Corner). Column May 1, 2002 2075
'Education' governor axes State Library. (The View From the Top Left Corner). Apr 1, 2002 1543
Constant change: The 4-year cycle for software and hardware: As the software we use gets phased out, the hardware we once abandoned is making a comeback. (The View from the Top Left Corner). Mar 1, 2002 1982
Board meeting becomes Love Fest for First Amendment. (The View from the Top Left Corner). Feb 1, 2002 2426
A Serious Look at Systems Security. (The View from the Top Left Corner). Jan 1, 2002 2660
Wafting Polymers and Whirring Systems Are Very Cool Things. Nov 1, 2001 3027
Red Alert! Worms, Hackers, and Viruses. Oct 1, 2001 1730
Measuring Network Traffic. Sep 1, 2001 2229
Filters Revisited. Column Jun 1, 2001 2576
The Great Network Shake-Up. May 1, 2001 2227
If I Had a Hammer. Apr 1, 2001 1846
Cutting-Edge Statistics. Mar 1, 2001 2140
Meditations on the Dearth of New and Exciting Projects. Column Feb 1, 2001 1647
A Look at What's on the Horizon. Column Jan 1, 2001 1568
Our Precariously Balanced Systems. Nov 1, 2000 1860
Turnkey Systems Solutions. Oct 1, 2000 1632
Internet Metamorphosis Right Before Our Eyes. Sep 1, 2000 1897
Meet Your New Friend VoIP. Jun 1, 2000 1535
Save the IP Addresses! May 1, 2000 1722
Life Is What Happens to You When You're Making Other Plans. Column Apr 1, 2000 1723
Better Service Through Creativity and Technology. Mar 1, 2000 2636
'We're All Cousins' and Other Web Revelations. Feb 1, 2000 2629
The Future of Web Design. Jan 1, 2000 2002
Porn Alley: Now at Your Local Public Library. Nov 1, 1999 2595
Pondering the Community Center ... While Sitting in My Den. Column Oct 1, 1999 1693
The Stockholm Challenge. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 1747
Adapting for Impaired Patrons. Jun 1, 1999 2271
The view from the top left corner. May 1, 1999 2126
Technology Isn't as Real as It Used to Be. Apr 1, 1999 2086
Fear in the Rearview Mirror. Mar 1, 1999 2228
Listserv Redux. Feb 1, 1999 1995
Paranoia, Planning, and Changing Addresses. Jan 1, 1999 2029
Achieving a 'State of GUI,' Nirvana, and Beyond. Nov 1, 1998 1933
Your Networked Computer: Checking Under the Hood. Column Oct 1, 1998 2701
Will the Paper Trail Lead to the E-Book? Sep 1, 1998 2072
Even a network needs an analyst. Jun 1, 1998 2253
ILL automation and the balance of trade deficit. Column May 1, 1998 1770
The e-rate: a nice idea, circumvented. Column Apr 1, 1998 1862
Hackers and hecklers: protecting systems on all fronts. Mar 1, 1998 1977
The virtual popsicle. Column Feb 1, 1998 1868
CATTs, computer assistants, and other training tactics. Jan 1, 1998 2004
When e-mail multiplies: a tale of inadvertent spammers. Nov 1, 1997 1848
Filters: it's not about porn, stupid! Column Oct 1, 1997 1704
The OPAC files: keeping public terminals up. Column Sep 1, 1997 1560
Hiring systems people: interview or inquisition? Jun 1, 1997 1430
When does filtering turn into censorship? May 1, 1997 1970
SFPL, viewed from the top left corner. Column Apr 1, 1997 1668
Computers and the laze factor. Column Feb 1, 1997 1726
The wonderful, wireless WAN. Column Jan 1, 1997 1294
Operating system wars. Nov 1, 1996 2327
Toward a GUI-based OPAC. Oct 1, 1996 2534
Hooking up to the Big-I Internet. Sep 1, 1996 3952
Security alert. Column Jun 1, 1996 3136
Predictions for the future of online. Column May 1, 1996 2704
Patrons and the Internet: access, abuse, and other issues. Column Mar 1, 1996 2332
Many systems make up the library organism. Column Feb 1, 1996 2652
Libraries and schools - the technology of cooperation. Jan 1, 1996 2226
At home on the Web with HTML. Oct 1, 1995 3373
Fork bombs and tangled webs. Sep 1, 1995 2406
Networking CD-ROMs. Jun 1, 1995 2742
Mail bombing the big-I Internet. May 1, 1995 2610
That article: Frame Relay. Oct 1, 1994 4024
Slash and burn. Sep 1, 1994 3756
Public passwords aren't. Jun 1, 1994 3077
Have drill, will travel. Column Apr 1, 1994 2831
Power to the people - grant applications: those little boxes! Feb 1, 1994 3640
Almost a Scorpio. Jan 1, 1994 2852
Expect a working system? Too much to ask! Dec 1, 1993 2375
Son of Deep Thought: deliverance. Oct 1, 1993 2896
No recognizable poll from host. Sep 1, 1993 5442
Don't panic. Jun 1, 1993 4013
Train8atWLN.COM invades Internet. May 1, 1993 4604
Recombinant RFPs. Mar 1, 1993 4199
Baby Thought update. Dec 1, 1992 5118
Fax it to me, baby! Nov 1, 1992 4898
ISDN to the rescue - but whose? Oct 1, 1992 4915
Systems librarian and automation review. Sep 1, 1992 6374

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