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FreePint 23rd September 2010


My Favourite Tipples

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FUMSI Features

  • Treasuring Twitter: The Why and How of Preserving Tweets
  • Transferring zeroes and ones - getting around file format issues

VIP Features

  • Risk in new markets in VIP
  • Recent postings to the LiveWire
  • Recent postings to the Wire

Jinfo - Jobs and Events

Jobs in Information:

  • Project/Product Manager
  • University Records Manager
  • VLE Digital Resources Manager
  • More...

Events in Information:

  • Online Mobile Cloud Computing Forum
  • Shaping the library's future: tools for innovation
  • Online Information 2010
  • Internet Librarian International 2010
  • More...

Highlights from DocuTicker

  • U.S. Must Step up Efforts to Increase Higher Education Attainment
  • The Federal Budget Outlook

Highlights from ResourceShelf

  • Privacy Papers for Policy Makers


Contact Information

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By Robin Neidorf

Robin Neidorf

We recently hired another account manager -- welcome, Ann Marie! In preparing her training, we were surprised at the number of different information sources we're managing every day -- a full dozen before we'd even gotten to external information!

Tools and ResourcesThat's 12 different sources, just for internal information management and collaboration. Granted, not all of these are heavily used, but all are part of our working day. This core toolkit of sources combines free, fee and purpose-built tools, some cloud-based, some on our own servers, some on our individual hard-drives. The diversity is, I'd wager, common to many organisations.

FreePint Survey: News Needs and Preferences

We all rely on a variety of sources in a variety of formats. Consider for example the results of last year's research on News Needs and Preferences: We heard directly from information managers about the increasing importance of alternative sources of business news, including many no-cost resources, to serve enterprise needs for news content. We heard about demand for better federated search mechanisms, to enable organisations to aggregate and search once a wide range of sources.

For this year's FreePint Survey: News Needs and Preferences, we're revisiting many of these questions: Which sources matter and which have become less important? Which formats do you need, and which vendors provide them? Please take a few minutes to complete the survey anonymously. If you provide an email address (not associated with your answers), we'll send you a summary of the results upon publication in November 2010.

Also due for publication in November is the VIP Report: Comparative Review of News Sources (Factiva and You are invited to preorder your copy at a 10% discount, along with the full FreePint Research Report: News Needs and Preferences. As a bonus, you'll also get access to the 2009 report editions immediately, at no additional cost.

ResourceBlog and DocuBase

Sources of all kinds are also the heart and soul of the ResourceBlog at ResourceShelf, where our contributing editors post hundreds of hand-picked suggestions every month. They focus on quality, web-based sources that support business research, and you're sure to find something to add to your personal toolkit every time you visit or subscribe to the free weekly ResourceShelf Newsletter.

If government reports are your kind of source, DocuTicker is the place to find them. The DocuBase offers citations from, and links to, full-text free PDF reports published by government agencies in the US, UK, and Europe (with a handful from other jurisdictions), as well as think tanks, NGOs, research institutes and other public interest organisations. Subscribe to the free weekly DocuTicker Newsletter to be kept informed of the latest additions.

If there's one word I hope describes FreePint, it's this: RESOURCEFUL. If you can't find what you need, I invite you to contact us directly for help. Every one of our sites features a Live Support chat button at the upper right, where you can get immediate assistance. Or contact any of our staff for personal assistance. Just maybe give Ann Marie another week to get used to her sources...

P.S. Is there a particular source of specialised information you need? Ask for help at the FUMSI Forum, where our users share tips and questions on how to Find, Use, Manage and Share Information.

Robin Neidorf
General Manager

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 My Favourite Tipples

Cindy Shamel

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By Cindy Shamel

Information from the Internet comes in a multitude of formats. Finding it and analyzing it requires specialized tools. Here are a few of the resources I use to track down the good stuff.

  • Addictomatic offers a kind of federated search for social media buzz. Results are formatted according to source, making it easy to select references from blogs, videos, Twitter, images, and news sources. The "Available Sources" tab lets you customize the results you will see.

  • Omgili Graphs: Omgili forum search engine makes topics from communities, message boards, and discussion threads findable. The Omgili Graph function creates line graphs to make the topics visible. Enter as many as five search terms to see how the daily buzz for each term has changed over the last month.

  • Blogpulse also creates graphs with trend lines, but the content comes solely from blogs. The site also includes buzz-tracking tools, blog stats, and profiles of specific blog authors. BlogPulse has the backing of Nielsen.

  • Slidefinder: Using a simple search box interface SlideFinder enables the search for slides and presentations. Choose from 35 languages. Results are displayed in a thumbnail fashion showing the slide that contains the search terms. You then download the presentation from its host site.

  • WebinarListings: Search for webinars on business, marketing, non-profits, social media, leadership, technology, and more. Anyone can list a webinar for free, but the website is funded by paid listings. Offerings include free and paid webinars. One upcoming webinar offers "Video Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead."

Cindy Shamel, founder of Shamel Information Services, serves companies large and small. She is known for delivering analysis and insights grounded in solid research strategies. Cindy currently chairs the AIIP Webinar Committee, is immediate past president of SLA San Diego and past president of AIIP. She writes for Searcher and publishes a monthly newsletter of research tips called Information Update. At least once a year she escapes to the High Sierras of central California for a week's hiking and backpacking.

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Latest posts at the FreePint Bar:

  • [FUMSI] Latest popular articles
    The following are the most popular FUMSI articles over the last 30 days:
    * Treasuring Twitter: The Why and How of Preserving Tweets
    * iPhone Apps for Researchers
    * The Greening of a Business: Beyond the Bottom Line
    * A short look at URL Shorteners
    * Clustering Search Strategies: An Overview and Update
    Read posting online »

  • [RS] Resource of the Week: Privacy Papers for Policy Makers
    This collection of full-text papers is the inaugural issue of a new journal from the Future of Privacy Forum, a think tank affiliated with George Washington University Law School "that seeks to advance responsible data practices." The writings here are directed mainly at policymakers at the federal level -- on Capitol Hill and in government agencies -- who are focused on personal privacy protection. However, everybody who follows ResourceShelf and/or our sister site, DocuTIcker, will find something of interest here.
    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:
    * Mobile penetration shapes emerging markets
    * Less could be more at Nexis
    * No lazy summer days for legal info providers
    * News Resources - A VIP Editorial
    * Paywall rights and wrongs
    Subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly to stay informed. Your comments on any posting are always welcome.
    Read posting online »

  • [RS] Resource of the Week: How To - Manage Your eBook Library in iTunes
    iOS 4 -- which powers the iPad, the iPhone 4, and the iPhone 3GS (for those who have upgraded) - along with iTunes 10 (actually since version 9.2) means iTunes is now able to manage ebooks for use with Apple's iBooks app. Having spent some time messing around with this, I figured it was worth passing along what I've learned.
    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

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:

Treasuring Twitter: The Why and How of Preserving Tweets

Marieke GuyBy Marieke Guy
FUMSI: manage

Twitter started as method of exchanging 'inconsequential' information between individuals but is increasingly being seen as significant communication and marketing tool for organisations, so much so that they should be considering a preservation strategy for their tweets. Marieke Guy looks at why tweets should be preserved and what tools are available.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'Tweets were initially seen as ephemera but they have since become useful in a way that was not anticipated. As Twitter's search limitations mean that you can only find tweets from the last 7-10 days, preservation needs to be considered for a number of reasons. These include: as a cultural snapshot; to support research; as a measure of impact; to retain an organisation's corporate memory; and as a record of an event.'

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Transferring zeroes and ones - getting around file format issues

Martin BelamBy Martin Belam
FUMSI: Share

It is the seemingly small problems that can irritate us the most and take up a disproportionate amount of time to fix, like not being able to open a file because you have the wrong version of the software, or not being able to send a large file by email because of size restrictions. So these tips from Martin Belam will help to calm those frustrations.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'There can nothing more frustrating than when you know, or at least you think you know, that you have the right software to open a file, only for it to resolutely fail to work. But there are tools to help such as OpenOffice and Google Docs. Another frustration is the restrictions sometimes placed on files sizes which can be sent by email. Again help is at hand with services like YouSendIt.'

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

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FUMSI - Forthcoming Topics

  • The Big Three: Comparison of Bing, Yahoo and Google
  • Social media and health care information
  • Mobile tools for education and learning
  • Twitter for publishers
  • Newspaper paywalls: What they mean for info pros

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Online Information Exhibition

Online Information Exhibition
Keeping you ahead of the digital revolution

30 November - 2 December 2010, Olympia Grand Hall, London

Over 200 vendors and comprehensive seminar programme covering:

  • Content Resources
  • ePublishing
  • Library Management
  • Content Management
  • Social Media and Search Solutions

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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 »

Risk in new markets in VIP 82

By Nancy Davis Kho

Success in business involves taking risks: entering a new market, creating a new product, providing insight in a different way. Having the right information on which to base action mitigates risk, and also identifies where untapped potential might lie.

The products VIP reviews deliver that kind of information. This month's featured reviews put at your fingertips the kind of hard-to-find (and hard-to-analyse) information that can make the difference in business development.

Brazil is one of the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China), which head the list of emerging markets businesses target for growth opportunities. CEIC: Brazil, from ISI Emerging Markets, offers up data on industries, companies, news and analysis. VIP reviewer Heidi Longaberger offers up her opinion of how the product performs.

From the venerable Economist Intelligence Unit comes Country Risk, a service monitoring financial risk conditions in 120 countries considered 'emerging' or 'highly indebted.' Penny Crossland's review highlights the strengths of the product for inclusion in your portfolio to identify opportunity and reduce the risk involved.

Let's not forget the risks right within our own organisations while we're at it: SourceWire, written by contributing writer Anne Jordan, provides insight on what resources may be added to or removed from your favourite aggregated platforms. If there's a source that's essential to the smooth functioning of your information services, let us know so that we can include it on the SourceWire monitoring list - send your suggestions and requests to

The last 18 months have taught us all a thing or two about unmanaged risks. This year's FreePint Research Report: Economic Impact 2010 will be published shortly and provided to all VIP subscribers in your FreePint Master Account. In the meantime, a few key highlights are provided in this issue of VIP. Take a look at how information managers are turning critical challenges in content budget and staffing into opportunities to make their services more visible and valuable within their organisations.

It's another full month in VIP, particularly when you add in the additional features - an overview of products for competitive intelligence by Scott Brown, plus our usual Tap the Wire analysis of what's happening in the news. Small wonder subscribers sometimes tell us they have a hard time reading through all the good stuff in VIP each month!

Take a break from the reading and shift to contributing for a few minutes instead - the FreePint Survey: News Needs and Preferences is now open for participation at and you are invited to share your perspective on what matters to you in news products. Your responses are fully anonymous and will help provide context for November News Month, when we publish the VIP Report: Comparison of News Products (Factiva and, along with other news-related features and resources.

In the meantime, if you have suggestions for products we should review, features we should add or topics to cover, please let me know at, or share them via our suggestion box at

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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 Financial Times.

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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 »

  • OK for employees to tweet?
    Have you tweeted today? What did you tweet about? And if you are an employee of an organisation did your tweet represent the values or message of your employer? In fact does the organisation that you work for allow you to tweet as a company employee? Do they encourage or discourage social media and provide guidelines and procedures as their employee?...
    Read posting online »

  • Anyone for M&A?
    Hot on the heels of its re-launch of Zephyr, the global M&A deal database, Bureau van Dijk has announced a new M&A online resource, which brings together M&A news, reports, information on forthcoming events, and access to some of the deal information from Zephyr's database. For those working with constrained budgets, or freelancers like myself with ad-hoc needs, it is particularly useful to find a rich M&A resource, where the information is mostly free, and the deal information is available on a pay-as-you-go basis...
    Read posting online »

  • Q&A with Scott Ahlberg, Reprints Desk
    Reprints Desk, a top-rated provider of document delivery services and management systems, recently announced a new partnership with the Copyright Clearance Center to become an authorised sales representative for CCC's Rightsphere copyright management system. The partnership brings together two complementary businesses and offers customers of both the opportunity to streamline the process of requesting, delivering and reusing copyright-protected content as flexibly and efficiently as possible...
    Read posting online »

  • LinkedIn's Legal Updates: made in heaven?
    LinkedIn, the social network for people in suits, has joined forces with recent start-up JD Supra to offer crowd-sourced law articles and analysis to LinkedIn members. In effectively creating yet another legal community, it's entering an increasingly crowded field - and with any crowd, there's always the problem of whose view you can really rely on...
    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 »

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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...

  • DigiPharm Europe 2010
    Reprints Desk to Highlight Scientific Literature Licensing and Deployment Service at DigiPharm Europe Santa Monica, Calif., September 21, 2010- Reprints Desk, Inc., which recently announced an exclusive reprints outsourcing agreement for Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), today announced that the company will highlight the ePrints NRx scientific literature licensing and deployment service during its exhibit at the 2nd Annual DigiPharm Europe 2010 from September 28 to October 1, 2010
    Read Press Release online »

  • Oxford Economics and CEIC Data Launch Forecasting
    Oxford Economics and CEIC Data Launch the World's Most Comprehensive and Timely Data and Forecasting Service on Asia. New York, NY, September 20, 2010 -Oxford Economics, a leader in global economic forecasting, and CEIC Data Company Ltd, a subsidiary of ISI Emerging Markets, today announced the launch of the Asia Forecasting Service, the world's most authoritative and timely data and forecast service on the dynamic Asia-Pacific economies...
    Read Press Release online »

  • LexisNexis Announces Partnership with Guardian Law
    LONDON, 8 September, 2010 - LexisNexis UK (, a leading provider of content-enabled workflow solutions, is pleased to announce that it will be partnering with Guardian Law (, offering unique access to a selection of specialist content from one of the most authoritative sources of legal materials in the UK...
    Read Press Release online »

VIP Wire »

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VIP - Forthcoming Topics

  • NewsEdge
  • Comparative review of Dow Jones Factiva and
  • Meltwater
  • ICAP: Greek Data
  • Perfect Information
  • The Practical Law Company

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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:

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 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 <>.

Jinfo Jobs:

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

  • Project/Product Manager
    A membership organisation seeks a temporary Project/ Product Manager to start ASAP for a 4 month...
    Recruiter: TFPL Intelligent Resources
    Country: United Kingdom

  • University Records Manager
    We are looking for an enthusiastic professional Records Manager
    Recruiter: Open University
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Researcher & Research Analyst
    Two excellent positions, Researcher and Analyst levels, where you will have real interaction with the teams & prepare client-ready packs...
    Recruiter: Sue Hill Recruitment and Services Limited
    Country: United Kingdom

  • VLE Digital Resources Manager
    Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Digital Assets Manager for newly created vacancy to develop resources for expanding college moving to brand new London location...
    Recruiter: Glen Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Information Specialist
    Immediate permanent vacancy for an Information Specialist with an independent, full-service securities and investment banking firm...
    Recruiter: Jefferies International Ltd
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Strategy Research Associate
    Research associate required with the ability to produce accurate, concise, and relevant reports based on data collected...
    Recruiter: Sodexo
    Country: United Kingdom

Browse all Jinfo Jobs »

Jinfo Events:

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 Highlights from DocuTicker

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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.

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Recently published:

Resource of the Week - Privacy Papers for Policy Makers

This collection of full-text papers is the inaugural issue of a new journal from the Future of Privacy Forum, a think tank affiliated with George Washington University Law School "that seeks to advance responsible data practices." The writings here are directed mainly at policymakers at the federal level -- on Capitol Hill and in government agencies -- who are focused on personal privacy protection. However, everybody who follows ResourceShelf and/or our sister site, DocuTIcker, will find something of interest here.

Actually, "journal" is really a bit of a misnomer; as it says on the site: "This collection of papers is a not a formal publication; the respective authors maintain the copyright on their manuscripts." The six "Leading Papers" that comprise the publication (PDF) were selected by an advisory board, with sponsorship from AT&T, LexisNexis, Microsoft, and Procter & Gamble. This news story from the UC-Berkeley School of Information Science provides more information...

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