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quirky worldcat and what it teaches us about openness & libraries

I can get frustrated reading It’s All Good when they e-roll their eyes at some of the backwards-seeming things that libraries do, or have to do, such as fines, ILL fees and card fees. I love reading all the smart … Continue reading

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RLG + OCLC = ???

Will Walt Crawford start blogging for It’s All Good? We can only think about whether that would be a consequences of the pending OCLC and RLG merger. Here is OCLC’s press release. Here is RLGs press release (note, they are … Continue reading

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preparedness, before and after

It’s All Good plugs OCLCs digitizing services ["aren't you glad you've done the hard work of digitizing all your special collections at times like these?"], and then points to two useful pages on the SOLINET web site: Before the Storm: … Continue reading

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