Online is a professional magazine covering online and CD-ROM databases with practical how-to articles covering the entire online industry. Founded in 1977, it is a bimonthly publication published by Online, a Division of Information Today Inc.The editor is Marydee Ojala.

Articles from Vol. 34, No. 2, March/April

But Still They Blog
IF you've been reading real blogs for the past decade, you may have noticed a change in the past year or two. I'm finding significantly fewer posts and, in many cases, somewhat longer posts. If you follow lots of blogs, you may also notice that old ones...
Mobiles in Libraries
Mobile technology is changing the way people work and play. Mobile devices are immediate to the user; they provide a channel for information and a way of interacting with others. They are superb at delivering different kinds of resources - streamed video...
Of Barbie, Buttons, and Roquefort Cheese
Joseph Mattera of International Trade Information ResourcesON an Amtrak train heading to Washington, D.C., last summer, Joseph Mattera somberly warned his business associate to stock up on Roquefort cheese before the prices tripled. As a longtime vegetarian,...
Revamping an Art Library Website: An Approach to Sink Your Teeth Into
What would Jane Austen think if she knew that zombies had ravaged her novel, Pride and Prejudice? In Seth Grahame- Smith's version, Austen's main character, Elizabeth Bennet, spars not only with Mr. Darcy, but also with a troupe of blood-thirsty zombies....
Search Engine Update
Ask continues to build its question-and-answer database with a focus on extracting and ranking existing answers as well as indexing sources of answers that have not been published. It has more than 400 million question/ answer pairs. The company reports...
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