Are knowledge management and information management set to merge to form a new discipline?
Information can be harmful as well as beneficial to an organisation — it all depends on how it is managed!
Several useful search features have been withdrawn from the Google site without explanation. Why?
Some governments are seeking to filter the use of the Internet because the information it carries can be used to challenge the authority of governments: could this threaten the future of the Internet as a carrier of information and freedom of expression?
A study has revealed that the way in which people remember information may be changing as a result of use of Internet technologies.
Direct charges to users for the use of news-related sources may have a deleterious effect on the supply and use of news-related information in libraries.
Google is always an interesting company to watch — but is its Google+ experiment in social networking sufficiently distinctive?
In a recently-published article, Sharon Dell writes that “South Africa’s current intellectual property rights regime is failing to support the national system of innovation and is actively disadvantaging local inventors while facilitating exploitation by foreign interests”.
Some companies have received very high ranking in searches through the manipulation of search results.
The problems of preserving digital materials are acute and worrying; David Rosenthal considers them in his blog.