A year ago it all seemed so certain: print-on-paper was outdated and would soon be replaced by e-content. However, since then, there are signs that the pundits may have overestimated public enthusiasm for e-books, at least. Aaron Pressman reports on a levelling-off of sales of e-books (http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/breakout/slowing-ebook-sales-could-hurt-amazon-in-battle-with-publishers-174752232.html) and the ongoing disagreement between publishers and suppliers, […]
Should Google’s personalised searching feature be considered an obstacle to the neutrality of Knowledge Management?
The process of searching should include a parallel consideration of how systematically to evaluate the sources retrieved.
The key issue for information managers in 2014 is to audit existing skills and competencies and strategise to make best use of internal data.
Whenever Gretchen and I present a workshop on web-based information retrieval, we prepare a set of bookmarks/favorites recording the sites we are using. If you would like to make use of these bookmark files, there a file accessible from the “Downloads” page of the Knowledge Leadership Associates website. The file is an “Introductory” level set: it contains […]
With a severe downturn in its third-quarter earnings, could Google be on the way out?
How will the e-book industry affect the conventional print-on-paper distribution chain — and what might it mean for libraries?
We are all aware of the dangers of installing programs that can be harmful to our computers: here is one that will be harmful to the pocket!
Four applications for use with mobile phones enhance the functionality of Zotero as a Personal Bibliographic Manager.
How to manage social networking in your working day.