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FreePint 25th February 2010


My Favourite Tipples

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FUMSI Features

  • Construction PR and Marketing: Leveraging Web 2.0 tools
  • Show Me the Money: Venture Capital Resources

VIP Features

  • Affordable industry overviews and a company health check tool reviewed in VIP Magazine No. 75
  • Recent postings to the LiveWire
  • Recent postings to the Wire

Jinfo - Jobs and Events

Jobs in Information:

  • Records Manager - MANCHESTER
  • Information Manager
  • VLE Information Officer
  • R&D Records & Information Management Associate

Events in Information:

  • TFPL Connect Conference 2010
  • Improving your website
  • Using blogs, wikis and RSS feeds
  • more ...

Highlights from DocuTicker

  • British film and television industries
  • Major Work Stoppages in 2009

Highlights from ResourceShelf

  • Eurostat - Statistics Explained


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By Robin Neidorf

Robin NeidorfThere's always a gap between the creation of a cool new tool or technology and how it gets embedded into everyday use. When I first started writing web sites back in 1996, few companies could figure out what the web was really for. Today, it's central to how business gets done.

For the past several years, companies have tried to figure out how to extract the most value from social media. FUMSI contributing editor Joanna Ptolomey commissioned a series of three case studies, the second of which has just been published: Contributor Paul Wilkinson draws on 20+ years of experience as a PR professional for the construction industry and provides a helpful summary of key lessons to make social media an effective component of PR.

If you're the one who's come up with the visionary technology, then you might find another recent addition to the FUMSI database of interest: Heidi Longaberger assembles a helpful summary of resources on venture capital. Her coverage includes the marquee brand names in our industry as well as newer entrants, some using crowdsourcing to enable users to improve the data, not just access it.

Widgets and GadgetsIt's not unusual for the business world to lag behind consumer culture in adopting new technologies. Case in point: accessing content on mobile devices. While we're inseparable from our pocket-sized devices, we don't seem to be doing much advanced information interaction on them... yet. The just-published 'FUMSI Report: Folio on Widgets and Gadgets' includes the results of our survey showing business information professionals are mostly using their phones and other gadgets to 1) make calls and 2) send plain text messages, with sending email not far behind. At the bottom of the list? Accessing premium content. Because this is such a fast-changing area, we're keeping the survey open and will be publishing updates -- we'd love to hear how you're taking advantage of your mobility, so participate now. (We also invite you to register your interest in participating in future research projects.)

Not long ago, a new platform called Twitter came on the scene. Entire businesses have been built around the value of a Tweet, but many professionals view 140 characters with scepticism. Consider joining an upcoming SIIA Content Division 'brown bag' programme: 'It's not about Ashton and Oprah: how to engage a professional audience using Twitter'. I'll be copresenting with fellow Content Division board member Barry Graubart from Alacra and Michelle Leder of The programme is on 17 March, at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time (5:30 p.m. UK) and promises a lot of practical tips on identifying business strategy and then leveraging Twitter to work towards it.

If Twitter isn't the technology that has you scratching your head, search for something more relevant at Jinfo Events. You'll find in our database a wide range of workshops, seminars and events to support your professional growth -- in person or online.

And if you have a story to tell about bridging the gap from cool and new to tried and true, share it. Send your ideas to, and our editors will help you find the right place for your success story.

Robin Neidorf
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 My Favourite Tipples

Dr Hazel Hall

By Dr Hazel Hall

We're now adding Tipples regularly to the Bar as well as posting them in the FreePint Newsletter. Do you have a single Tipple to share? Post it to the Bar. Or submit your list of up to five favourite tipples to for publication with your byline and photo in the FreePint Newsletter.

As someone who spends much of her time within close range of a computer I rely on the Internet to support both my work and social life.

  • WordPress
    In summer 2009 I started with a blank slate to establish the online presence for the Library and Information Science Research Coalition. On the basis of personal research conducted mainly amongst the social media savvy members of the Edinburgh Coffee Morning I opted for a WordPress blog for the Coalition web site. I have been really impressed with both its functionality and the ease with which I can update the site at

    I have been using shortened URLs for a long time without realising their full functionality. Recently Brian Kelly (incidentally another WordPress blogger - see pointed me to the website where you can make, and access-track in real time, custom shortened URLs. For example, the shortened URL that I have created for the LIS Research Coalition actually makes sense, and is memorable as, as is that for the LIS Coalition conference on Monday 28th June at the British Library Conference Centre:

  • BBC
    When I spent summer 1995 working with Cindy Hill at the Sun library in Mountain View I considered a permanent move to California. However, I eventually rejected the idea largely because I missed the BBC. Of course, this would be much less of an issue now that there is access to most BBC content over the web from outside the UK. My principal uses of the BBC website are non-work related: checking the weather forecast, catching up with missed radio programmes at weekends while I cook, checking the news etc.

  • YouTube
    I like to vary the content of my classes at Edinburgh Napier and a great resource for short clips to break up and illustrate theoretical material in lectures is YouTube. For example, David Gurteen has uploaded some great material for Knowledge Management. (YouTube is also where to find the oeuvre of the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre. If you have not seen these wee guys before, check out their iPad and Facebook sketches: (iPad), (Facebook))

  • Facebook and Twitter
    Choosing Facebook and Twitter as Tipples may be as obvious as declaring a love of drinking water. With these tools, even though I work very long hours I can still be connected to my friends and family through Facebook, and to distant work contacts through Twitter (mediated through Tweetdeck). I spend a lot of time here...

Dr Hazel Hall is Director of the Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University. She is seconded two days a week to the Library and Information Science Research Coalition. She can be contacted at (Edinburgh Napier) and (Library and Information Science Research Coalition). Follow Hazel at @hazelh, the Centre for Social Informatics at @CentSocInfo, and the Library and Information Science Research Coalition at @LISResearch. On Friday mornings from 08:00 you will find Hazel at 103 George Street Edinburgh enjoying discussions around social media themes with other members of the Edinburgh Coffee Morning.

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  • [FUMSI] Report: Folio on Widgets and Gadgets
    With further development of widgets and gadgets, content becomes untethered from its source -- we can now (theoretically) get the content we want, where we want it, and how we want it, by embedding widgets in our online environments and securing smart gadgets (like the latest phones) in our pockets...

  • [VIP] Magazine 75: Feb 2010, Corporate Health...
    In this issue of VIP: Copyright under the Microscope: Initial results from the FreePint Copyright Policies and Practices research project...

  • [RS] Resource of the Week: Eurostat - Statistics Explained
    Eurostat, for those who might be scratching their heads, 'is the statistical office of the European Union (EU), based in Luxembourg (LU). It publishes official, harmonized statistics on the European Union (EU) and the euro area, offering a comparable, reliable and objective portrayal of Europe's society and economy'....

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 FUMSI Features

FUMSIFUMSI publishes articles, tools, and a monthly magazine, to give you practical help with information skills. Visit

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Construction PR and Marketing: Leveraging Web 2.0 tools

Paul WilkinsonBy Paul Wilkinson

Further proof that strategic use of social media can be effective in any industry - Paul Wilkinson shares his experiences in deploying social media for a construction marketing firm. He also provides ten learning points to get anyone started.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'In early 2009, a social media audit for Essex-based manufacturing company identified that, almost unknown to the company, it had a significant but untapped presence on various Web 2.0 sites. The overall perception of the company was positive, but it was missing out on sales leads and opportunities to influence decision makers by not getting into online conversation.'

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Show Me the Money: Venture Capital Resources

Heidi LongabergerBy Heidi Longaberger

While funding for VC firms took a beating in 2009, it was by no means stagnant, and it continues to rebound with the recovering economy. Heidi Longaberger provides a useful round up of free and fee data sources on vc funding, from databases and newswires to crowdsourced sites.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'VC industry information falls within the inevitable two categories: fee and free, the former having the most detail and malleable performance data, and the latter making the boss happiest.'

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FUMSI - Forthcoming Topics

  • Social media industry case studies
  • Alternatives to PowerPoint
  • Finding content within the enterprise
  • Twitter tips for business strategies

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VIP issue 75Affordable industry overviews and a company health check tool reviewed in VIP Magazine No. 75

Based on the well established Plunkett industry almanacs, Plunkett Research Online offers continuously updated overviews of 32 industry sectors, providing market trends, statistics, company profiles, associations and glossaries. Putting it through its paces for VIP, Penny Crossland finds it very end-user friendly, with clear search and results screens, and affordable even for independent information professionals. She's particularly impressed by the customisable Build-A-Report facility - but the bias towards US content will makes it a less useful resource for researchers elsewhere.

Company Watch claims that one in four of all companies that score low on its proprietary H-Score for company health will either fail or require financial restructuring within three years. VIP's Anne Jordan tests the effectiveness of this and its two other analytical tools - Risk Rating and Probability of Distress - commending the intuitive interface and the flexibility of data manipulation to create 'What if?' scenarios. However she also notes that currently private company data is available for the UK only, there's a 2-3 week uploading delay after a company's results come out, and no automatic alert.

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Most Read Postings on the LiveWire Recently...

  • Dow Jones Factiva has launched the beta version of a new translation tool. It uses technology from Language Weaver, and as with other automated translation systems, the results are mixed. However, this free service gives a general indication of meaning and will thus open a significant volume of international content to business researchers.
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  • The knowledge and legal process outsourcing provider Integreon has announced the launch of what it describes as the UK legal industry's first Shared Information Service for law firms and corporate legal departments. Its services include a central enquiries desk, legal and business research, hard copy and journal management, information supplier management, purchasing and other law library services, according to a press release.
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  • As the New Year dawns, most news aggregators have caved in and agreed to pay the Newspaper Licensing Agency's new charge for links from 1 January. But pockets of resistance remain and there does seem to be some uncertainty as to how to react to the NLA's stance.
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  • In an internal memo made public by PaidContent on January 4, Dow Jones' CEO Les Hinton announced that the company's B2B arm, the Enterprise Media Group, would be folded into its consumer unit. The newly unified Dow Jones will be headed by Todd Larsen as president of Dow Jones, while Clare Hart, EVP of the Enterprise Media Group, will leave the company. In his memo, Hinton says 'Clare has been a dedicated and much-valued executive in the two years since I joined Dow Jones. I have greatly valued Clare's advice, support, and hard work, and wish her well in the future.'...
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  • Records Manager - MANCHESTER
    Immediate one year contract for experienced Records / Knowledge Manager to work in one year contract for public sector organisation based in Central Manchester...
    Recruiter: Glen Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Information Manager
    A government funded body seeks an Information Manager for a 12 month contract to start ASAP...
    Recruiter: TFPL Intelligent Resources
    Country: United Kingdom

  • VLE Information Officer
    Academic institution seeks info pro with VLE experience. Responsible for maintenance & helpdesk support. Experience managing content & info resources.London.Up to £23,000...
    Recruiter: Sue Hill Recruitment and Services Limited
    Country: United Kingdom

  • R&D Records & Information Management Associate
    Amgen is looking for an experienced individual to manage our information assets and promote our service across R&D organisation.
    Recruiter: Amgen
    Country: United Kingdom

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Jinfo Events:

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

  • Creating a Strategic Business Plan
    Why business planning is important, what types of plans, business plan makeup, elements for success.
    Organiser: Nina Platt Consulting, Inc.
    Date: 18th Mar 2010
    Country: Online

  • ICI-35 - Patents as a competitive instrument
    Organiser: Institute for Competitive Intelligence
    Date: 26th Apr 2010
    Country: Germany

  • Naked Intelligence 2010
    Senior-level conference on intelligence, counterintelligence and use of intelligence.
    Organiser: Infosphere
    Date: 19-20 May 2010
    Country: Luxembourg

  • ICI-1 - Competitive Intelligence Basics Workshop
    Organiser: Institute for Competitive Intelligence
    Date: 1-2 Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • ICI-28 - Financial Analysis
    Organiser: Institute for Competitive Intelligence
    Date: 22nd Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • TFPL Connect Conference 2010
    Two-day event for knowledge and information management leaders; 10% discount with registration code...
    Organiser: TFPL
    Date: 24-25 Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Working in a Wired World
    Three one day training workshops looking at Working in a Wired World.
    Organiser: Incisive Media
    Date: 24th Feb - 24th Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Improving your website
    Learn all involved to effectively target your customer's interests and information needs on your website.
    Organiser: CILIP
    Date: 11th Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Using blogs, wikis and RSS feeds
    Raise the profile of your services and deliver them differently with this introductory course.
    Organiser: CILIP
    Date: 18th Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Developing a taxonomy
    This course provides a practical introduction to the development of an information taxonomy.
    Organiser: CILIP
    Date: 20th Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Twitter for Librarians
    Participants will learn what Twitter is, why it's useful within a library context and what librarians are doing with it.
    Organiser: CILIP
    Date: 26th Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Using social networking and UGC websites
    Learn to promote yourself and library, service or organisation using social networking & other user generated content websites.
    Organiser: CILIP
    Date: 29th Mar 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

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Resource of the Week: Eurostat - Statistics Explained

Eurostat, for those who might be scratching their heads, 'is the statistical office of the European Union (EU), based in Luxembourg (LU). It publishes official, harmonized statistics on the European Union (EU) and the euro area, offering a comparable, reliable and objective portrayal of Europe's society and economy.' As with various U.S. agencies, it releases economic/statistical reports on a regular schedule. Here at ResourceShelf (and DocuTicker, our sister site), we are big fans of Eurostat, and we post their information from time to time, when something interesting catches our collective eye....

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