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FreePint 26th August 2010
No.308
 Contents

Editorial

My Favourite Tipples

FreePint Bar


FUMSI Features

  • iPhone Apps for Researchers
  • A short look at URL Shorteners

VIP Features

  • News Resources in VIP
  • Recent postings to the LiveWire
  • Recent postings to the Wire

Jinfo - Jobs and Events

Jobs in Information:

  • Head of Content
  • Research / Analyst - Financial sector
  • B2B Research Executive

Events in Information:

  • Positive approaches to the negative performer

Highlights from DocuTicker

  • NRC Submits Inter-Agency Task Force Report on Radiation...
  • EPA Releases Draft Strategy for Clean Water

Highlights from ResourceShelf

  • MarineTraffic.com

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 Editorial

By Robin Neidorf

Robin Neidorf

When I was a child I occasionally went to work with my father. He'd set me up at a table with some pencils, scrap paper and used computer punch cards to play with. The punch cards kept me occupied for several hours -- I'd trace the holes onto the scrap paper and then connect the dots randomly to see what kind of creature might emerge from the shape.

Computing powerThat room did not so much house the computing power of the company (an industrial supply business) as it WAS the computer power itself. It was hot -- those behemoths of the 1970s generated a lot of heat while they computed. It was also noisy. The machines were big and relied on manual bits (the punch cards, the magnetic tape reels) to complete their unimaginable computations.

Today, my own daughter's iPod Touch can probably do more in half a minute than everything in that hot, crowded room could have done in a week.

The tools of information shrink every year, even as they grow in power. Two of the most recent FUMSI articles explore different elements of this phenomenon: First, Patrice Curtis offers a look at useful iPhone apps for researchers -- heavy-duty tools you can download for pennies and carry around in your pocket. Although her article focuses on apps available for Apple devices, I certainly expect to see more options for non-Apple devices, particularly as Google muscles into the game.

Next, take a look at Martin Belam's overview of URL shortening services. These services have been around for a long time, but the explosion of microblogging tools (primarily Twitter) have made them must-have resources. I invite you to take a look at DigBig, the shortening service offered by FreePint's sister company, Willco Ltd. DigBig is a free service and enables you to track usage of your shortened links. DigBig is also vigilant against spam usage, as spam can create service disruptions and difficulties for legitimate users.

As tools and technologies get smaller, they also get more flexible. Smaller tools can be combined to create customised solutions. Embed a widget on your browser homepage or subscribe to an RSS feed in your email client, and you've created something that works better for however you prefer to work. We've even recently added a vastly improved RSS feed for the FreePint Newsletter -- something subscribers have requested many times in the past. Add http://web.freepint.com/go/newsletter/feed/ to your favourite reader to support your preferred information flow and working style.

'Cheaper, smaller, faster' is the common refrain throughout the history of technology, and information technology sings the same tune. No doubt my daughter will someday use a business information tool that puts today's pocket devices to shame. It's hard to even imagine the power we'll carry in a device that's perhaps the size of a fingernail.

What will remain the same, regardless of the size or speed of the devices and software, is the need for information professionals who can maximise their value, stay informed about the latest changes, and prevent information abundance from tipping over into information overload. FreePint Family resources help you deliver. Tell us what you need to stay ahead of change:

Robin Neidorf
General Manager
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 My Favourite Tipples

Sara Batts

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By Sara Batts

  • Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations
    Invaluable for deciphering unfamiliar abbreviations for case reports and journals. It's one of the first websites I ensure new trainees know about.

  • Search Europa
    Finding EU materials can be tricky; this is a good first port of call for a quick search before tackling the more complicated official structures.

  • Beer in the Evening
    A great pub guide for those who want to know where decent real ale is available, and where to find pubs either with or without sport showing depending on the day.

  • Dropbox
    I was introduced to this service earlier this year and it instantly made life so much simpler. It allows me to work on and synchronise documents from many locations - great when I want to do ten minutes' PhD work at lunch or on my commute but not have multiple versions of the same spreadsheet.

  • Delicious
    As a team we use this for those kind of useful links you might refer to once in a blue moon, and at home I use this to organise PhD materials.

Sara Batts is Senior Research Librarian in the London office of law firm Reed Smith where her responsibilities include organising training as well as solving legal and business research enquiries. She is currently president-elect of SLA Europe having joined the Chapter's board in 2009 as blog editor. Sara loosely maintains a blog about professional life at bit.ly/UnData and tracks the varying progress of her part-time research degree at bit.ly/Batts. Sara is a real ale fan and a runner blessed with more enthusiasm than speed. She is on Twitter at @Batty_Towers.


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Company Watch

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 FreePint Bar

The FreePint Bar is where we publish information about the latest content from across the FreePint Family of resources.

The FreePint Bar is sponsored by:

Financial Times      ISI Emerging Markets

Latest posts at the FreePint Bar:

  • [FUMSI] Latest popular articles
    The following are the most popular FUMSI articles over the last 30 days: * How is SharePoint used in Libraries? * Finding Expertise Inside the Organisation * Part 2: How Do THEY Use Information? Investigating the user information process * SharePoint 2010: Changing the Paradigm with a Business-Oriented Approach to Records Management * Wolfram|Alpha: Simple and Not So Simple Computations in One Click Free uses of FUMSI articles are supported by our sponsors.
    Read posting online »

  • [RS] Resource of the Week: MarineTraffic.com
    Real-time flight tracking on the Internet is old news. And many of us are also familiar with various options for keeping track of trains or buses. But what about tracking ships at sea? OK, in all likelihood, this is not something most of us need to do on a regular basis. But Gary passed along a link to MarineTraffic.com last week, and I've been playing with it on and off since then. When you first arrive at the site, what you see is a world map - the Live Ships Map - dotted with lots of translucent gray box, each with a number inside. Click on one of the boxes, in a part of the world that's interesting to you, and you're quickly zoomed in to that part of the map. And you see, in the water, an array of different colored markers representing different types of ships.
    Read posting online »

  • [VIP] Latest popular LiveWire posts
    There's a lot of valuable comment at the VIP LiveWire. The following are the most popular posts from our contributing editors over the last 30 days: * Social media use in European Libraries * Q&A with Scott Ahlberg, Reprints Desk * Anyone for M&A? * LinkedIn's Legal Updates: made in heaven? * Law - the turmoil continues Subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly to stay informed. Your comments on any posting are always welcome. -Tim Buckley Owen Senior News Editor, VIP
    Read posting online »

  • [FreePint] Knowledge Keeps the Hive Humming
    Bees in a hive are model knowledge managers. Worker specialisation is critical to a functioning hive. Equally essential is the ability of individual bees to share what they know selectively: Where is the food? What is the danger? The perfectly collaborative hive is something organisations rarely achieve. In an ideal knowledge management (KM) environment, specialised workers have access to precisely the information they need, when they need it.
    Read posting online »

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 FUMSI Features

FUMSIFUMSI publishes articles, tools, and a monthly magazine, to give you practical help with information skills. Visit http://www.fumsi.com/

However you Find, Use, Manage or Share Information, you'll find something in FUMSI to help.

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We add new articles to the FUMSI database in each practice area every month, which are free to read, browse, email, print or save. Here are the most recent additions:

iPhone Apps for Researchers

Patrice CurtisBy Patrice Curtis
FUMSI: Manage

With over 244,000 apps available for Apple's iPhone and iTouch, are there any which can help business researchers? Patrice Curtis examines a range of apps for finding news, reputation monitoring, productivity and reference, and answers three simple questions for each: is it easy to use; can a researcher use it to share findings with colleagues; and will it allow a researcher to help an internal/external client achieve their goal(s)?

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'This report is designed to focus on those applications - or apps as they are commonly called - that will help and/or support business researchers (Finding News, Reputation Monitoring, Productivity and Reference). I judged each app against three simple questions: Is it easy to use? Can a researcher use it to share what she finds on, say, competitive intelligence, with colleagues? Will it allow a researcher to help an internal/external client achieve their goal(s)?'

Read, print, save or forward this article now »

A short look at URL Shorteners

Martin BelamBy Martin Belam
FUMSI: Share

Although URL shortening services first started in 2002 with the introduction of tinyurl.com, it is the increasing use of the social media, particularly those with restricted message lengths, that has led to an explosion in their use. Martin Belam looks at how these services work and explores the advantages and disadvantages of using them.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'The growth of social media content sharing on the web has seen an explosion in the use of URL shortening services, the premise of which is that they replace having to use a long URL like http://www.guardian.co.uk/help/insideguardian/2010/jan/25/news-linked-data-summit with a much shorter one like http://bit.ly/8v6FFs. When the bit.ly servers see the code '8v6FFs', they know to redirect the user to the original article. Popular services include http://bit.ly, http://tr.im, http://is.gd/ and http://j.mp/. Google are also in on the act, with their own http://goo.gl/ and http://youtu.be domains.'

Read, print, save or forward this article now »

FUMSI Forum

The latest recommendations and tips from our editors, contributors and community:

Visit the FUMSI Forum »

FUMSI - Forthcoming Topics

  • Tweet Preservation
  • Clustering search engines
  • The Big Three: Comparison of Bing, Yahoo and Google

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Moreover Technologies

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CEIC Brazil

CEIC Brazil: **New** from ISI Emerging Markets
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This one-stop hub provides insight on:

  • 13 Macroeconomic sectors
  • 11 Industry growth sectors
  • Regional details by industry, down to the municipality level

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 VIP Features

VIP VIP publishes in-depth, unbiased reviews of business information products. If you purchase or use premium information resources, make VIP part of your professional reading every month »

VIP issue 81News Resources - A VIP Editorial

By Robin Neidorf

Robin Neidorf is the General Manager of FreePint and serves as lead researcher for FreePint Research projects, including the now-running survey on News Content: Needs and Preferences. Complete the anonymous survey now at http://digbig.com/5bcffc

Business is driven by news. Every day, leaders review what's happening in their industry, amongst their competitors and around their marketplace to inform their decisions. Across all areas of business, news content is essential.

With so much importance laid on the category, VIP regularly covers news publishers, content and aggregators. This month, Anne Jordan provides her opinion on Eureka.cc, a news product from Canada-based CEDROM-SNi. Anne was impressed with the features and functions of the product, as well as the coverage. If you're looking for additional options to feed your organisations' appetite for news content, take a closer look at this one.

For many organisations, aggregators are a central element of their content portfolios, particularly for news content. VIP's SourceWire column helps you stay informed on which sources are moving into and out of aggregators and what factors influence their movement. This month's instalment highlights changes in the major vendors and provides a comprehensive look at changes in relevant sources in Nexis.com

Additional news-related products are coming up in the VIP editorial calendar - watch for reviews of NewsEdge and Meltwater, as well as our annual comparison of Dow Jones Factiva and Nexis.com from LexisNexis.

Alongside that comparison, which will be published in November, we'll be producing the results of the third annual FreePint Research: News Content Needs and Preferences. Special thanks to research sponsors Acquire Media and Moreover for their support - they are committed to helping everyone in the industry gain a better understanding of emerging needs.

VIP readers are particularly invited to participate in the survey to gather information about what matters to you and your users when it comes to news content. Your responses are completely anonymous; complete the survey now at
http://digbig.com/5bcffc.

FreePint is also getting ready for this year's data-gathering on copyright policies and practices. Last year's participants will receive an invitation to participate, but if you didn't participate last year, register your interest by completing the form at http://web.freepint.com/go/family/research.

Financial and deal-related information is also an evergreen topic at VIP. In the second review this month, Heidi Longaberger covers TheMarkets, a unique, comprehensive resource for broker research. Touted as time-saving and capable of effective integration into workflow, TheMarkets gets positive marks from the reviewer.

In Scope and Tap the Wire touch on many of the topics you turn to VIP for every month: the impact of social media on information behaviour and practice; copyright risks and management opportunities; and changing pricing models.

Every month, we at VIP focus on bringing you practical information to support your decision-making on the information products and services. How are we doing? Share your requests for products to cover and stories to feature by emailing me at robin.neidorf@freepint.com, or use our online suggestion box at http://www.vivavip.com/suggestionbox.

Purchase VIP Magazine No. 81 from the FreePint Shop, or start your subscription now »

VIP LiveWire

VIP contributing editors comment daily on what's happening in the industry.
Visit the LiveWire for their insights, and subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly for regular alerts.

VIP Wires Weekly is generously sponsored by Company Watch.

Company Watch

Many information professionals looking for economic forecasts that go beyond those published by official bodies such as the OECD, the IMF and the World Bank go to EIU publications for help. The Economist Intelligence Unit has always been known for its willingness to stick its head out and provide forecasts over a five-year period covering the global economy

Most Read Postings on the LiveWire Recently...

  • Social media use in European Libraries
    On 8th August, as part of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) marketing satellite event in Stockholm, EBSCO unveiled the results of its survey of 1200 participants on the use of social media in libraries in Europe...
    Read posting online »

  • Web 2.0: just hype say researchers?
    Have you noticed how Web 3.0, the semantic web, is creating a buzz in the information world? So much so, that recently a Fumsi Folio was dedicated to just this - 'Semantic Technology and Web 3.0 Developments...
    Read posting online »

  • EIU Global Forecasting Service Mini Review: Part 1
    Many information professionals looking for economic forecasts that go beyond those published by official bodies such as the OECD, the IMF and the World Bank go to EIU publications for help. The Economist Intelligence Unit has always been known for its willingness to stick its head out and provide forecasts over a five-year period covering the global economy...
    Read posting online »

  • Times online: some unofficial numbers
    We now have some figures, as yet unconfirmed by News International, on how many online readers have registered with The Times, and, more importantly, how many have agreed to become paying subscribers. See this LiveWire posting for initial reactions to the new paywall...
    Read posting online »

  • Register to find the perfect partner
    In the high risk world of drug development and biotechnology finding the right partner can make or break your project success. Pharmaceutical development is very rarely a single organisation approach, and there is no single academic department, pharmaceutical or biotech company that can go it alone for expertise or financially...
    Read posting online »

Always feel free to comment on any item on the LiveWire, and if you do not yet have a free subscription to the VIP Wires Weekly, you can sign up now »

Purchase VIP Magazine No. 81 from the FreePint Shop, or start your subscription now »

VIP LiveWire »

VIP Wire

Information-related product and news announcements. Post your releases and subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly for regular alerts.

Recent VIP Wire announcements...

  • Credo General Reference Reaches Milestone
    Oxford and Boston, 17th August 2010 - Credo Reference, the award-winning online reference library, is pleased to announce that its premier subscription offering, Credo General Reference Premium (formerly Credo Unlimited), now includes 505 titles and will offer 525 by the end of 2010.
    Read Press Release online »

  • Axiell's 'Digital Cultural Institution of 2010' award won by Sweden's Norrkoping library
    Library and archives specialist, Axiell Library Group, has crowned Sweden's Norrkoping City Library 'The Digital Cultural Institution of 2010' for its progressive work in creating 'Salongen' - a complete website reflecting the gamut of the library's activity and accomplishments in a very educational and engaging way. The award was presented at the 76th IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) conference in Gothenburg in August 2010...
    Read Press Release online »

  • Free articles
    Emerald Literati Network Award winners free online until 31 August Over 700 articles among the cream of the crop in global research. United Kingdom, August 2010 - Emerald Group Publishing Limited, a leading independent publisher of global research with impact in business, society, public policy and education, is delighted to offer free access to Emerald Literati Network Awards winning articles until 31 August 2010. In total, over 700 papers representing the cream of the crop in global research are accessible online...
    Read Press Release online »

VIP Wire »

VIP - Subscribe and Back Issues

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VIP Archive »

VIP publishes in-depth, unbiased reviews of business information products. If you purchase or use premium information resources, make VIP part of your professional reading every month »

VIP - Forthcoming Topics

  • EIU Country Risk
  • CEIC: Brazil
  • NewsEdge
  • Comparative review of Dow Jones Factiva and Nexis.com

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<http://web.freepint.com/go/family/contribute/>.

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FUMSI Volume: Critical Insight on Social Media

Key Insight on Social Media for Business.
Three reports from VIP and FUMSI for a special price

Save on this package of three reports to help your organisation define social media strategy, select tools and ensure measurable outcomes.

  • VIP Report: Comparative Review of Social Networks
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Package starts at just £58.50 for single-site use.

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FreePint Surveys

FreePint Research: Call for Participation.
Needs and Preferences: News Content

3rd annual FreePint Survey on Needs and Preferences for news content -- participate now »

All participants receive a copy of the resulting report.

Share and gain insight on:

  • Shifts in content type and source
  • Balance between free and fee sources
  • Satisfaction with sources and unmet needs

This year's research is sponsored in part by Acquire Media and Moreover.

 Jinfo - Jobs and Events in Information

JinfoJinfo is the central location for supporting your information career. The Jinfo Jobs database lists vacancies, and the Jinfo Events database lists workshops, conferences, training, webinars and other professional development opportunities.

Start a free subscription to receive the weekly Jinfo Update, with a complete list of the latest vacancies and events, or search the databases at any time (free).

Jinfo Jobs in the FreePint Newsletter are supported through our partnership with Quantum2, an innovative skills development programme offered by Dialog. Learn more at <http://quantum.dialog.com/>.

Jinfo Jobs:

Here is a selection of the latest featured vacancies in the Jinfo database:

  • Head of Content
    A global provider of Data, Analysis and Insight are looking to recruit a Head of Content.
    Recruiter: TFPL Intelligent Resources
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Research / Analyst - Financial sector
    Research Analyst with outstanding writing skills, excellent client-facing abilities and financial services work experience for niche global organisation.
    Recruiter: Glen Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

  • B2B Research Executive
    Outsourced service provider seeks B2B researcher to manage workflow, research and write in-depth reports. Excellent communication skills essential. £20,000-£27,000
    Recruiter: Sue Hill Recruitment and Services Limited
    Country: United Kingdom

Browse all Jinfo Jobs »

Jinfo Events:

Here is a selection of the latest featured events in the Jinfo database:

  • Positive approaches to the negative performer
    This one-day workshop shows how to deal with failing performance in teams through the use of your own skills & resources.
    Organiser: CILIP
    Date: 21st Sep 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

Browse all Jinfo Events »


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 Highlights from DocuTicker

DocuTicker
DocuTicker publishes citations of full-text, free reports available on the web. Visit daily for new postings, or subscribe to the weekly DocuTicker Newsletter.

Recent postings:

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 Highlights from ResourceShelf

ResourceShelfEvery week, the editors of ResourceShelf explore a Resource of the Week. Get them for free every week via email by subscribing to the ResourceShelf Newsletter.

Become a fan of ResourceShelf and DocuTicker on Facebook.

Recently published:

Resource of the Week - MarineTraffic.com

Real-time flight tracking on the Internet is old news. And many of us are also familiar with various options for keeping track of trains or buses. But what about tracking ships at sea? OK, in all likelihood, this is not something most of us need to do on a regular basis. But Gary passed along a link to MarineTraffic.com last week, and I've been playing with it on and off since then. When you first arrive at the site, what you see is a world map - the Live Ships Map - dotted with lots of translucent gray box, each with a number inside. Click on one of the boxes, in a part of the world that's interesting to you, and you're quickly zoomed in to that part of the map. And you see, in the water, an array of different colored markers representing different types of ships. (They look more like paper airplanes.) A color key is on the lefthand side of the page in the form of checkboxes; by default, the map shows you all types of ships, but if you want to restrict the view to, say, only passenger vessels, just clear the checkmarks from the other boxes...

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