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Ga-Ga Over Google September 11, 2006

Posted by sharynheili in Uncategorized.

If you’re a librarian you’ve certainly given Google more than a passing thought, and been concerned about its effect on libraries now and in the future.  What’s so good about it?  What are its weaknesses?  How can libraries compete?  Do we need to compete?  What can we do better?  How can we scream to everyone that libraries are better?  How can we show them?  How can we be more like Google?  Do we need to be like Google? 

Stephen Abram’s article in the new issue of the SirsiDynix OneSource newsletter, Waiting for Your Cat to bark: Competing with Google and its Ilk, answers come of these questions in this first article of a three part series. Don’t miss it!




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