Naked journalism.

Posting an unedited transcript, as I just did, is a disconcerting experience. It feels a little like taking off my journalistic clothes in public. But there’s a deeper reason why I don’t usually post transcripts like this.

Naked journalism.

Googling the library.

RLG is trying to take some of the library world’s background technology and bring it to the fore with a new Web application (still in development) dubbed RedLightGreen. If it works, it could do for the library stacks what Google did for the Web.

Googling the library.

Q&A: Cory Doctorow

San Francisco, California, USA –Cory Doctorow is a true believer in the power of technology. His first novel, “Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom,” is one of the first works tobe published under the Creative Commons license — anagreement that lets people copy and redistribute the book freely so long as theycredit the author. […]

Q&A: Cory Doctorow

Mining the catalog

RLG's RedLightGreen Project Mining the Catalog In this report: Getting results What students want Delivering the goods Catalogs: The next generation For more information: RedLightGreen timeline Under the hood: technical details Glossary of terms What happens when you take a massive database of bibliographic descriptions and redesign it for the Web, not just as a […]

Mining the catalog