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FreePint 7th October 2010


My Favourite Tipples

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FUMSI Features

  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Finding Your Information
  • Mobile Technologies in Libraries

VIP Features

  • CI Software in VIP
  • Recent postings to the LiveWire
  • Recent postings to the Wire

Jinfo - Jobs and Events

Jobs in Information:

  • Records Manager
  • Market Data Specialist
  • Information Services & Training Team Lead

Events in Information:

  • MARC 21: an introduction
  • Mobile Cloud Computing Forum
  • Online Mobile Cloud Computing Forum
  • Online Information 2010

Highlights from DocuTicker

  • Public perceptions of energy consumption and savings
  • The Next Economy and the Growth Challenge for the United States

Highlights from ResourceShelf

  • Structurae: International Database and Gallery of Structures


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We've recently begun offering volumes of reports for purchase, including the most recently released FUMSI Essential Collection for Managing Information. This, along with a volume on finding information and another on social media for media for business, can be found in the FreePint Shop.

How much wisdom?These volumes collect the hard-earned practical wisdom of a dozen or experts, and provide it to you at a discount. How much wisdom?

Consider what our contributors provide every month:

Tap 90 years of experience in VIP
While editing a recent feature article for VIP Magazine, I was struck by the value of what I held in my hands. Our contributor had distilled 6 years of experience on competitive intelligence tools into 1500 well-written words.

The same issue included two VIP Reports on Products, each written by an information professional with more than 8 years' experience, and each report representing more than 15 hours of focused research.

News analysis in VIP Magazine feeds off the VIP LiveWire, written by 5 contributing editors with between 10 and 25 years' experience apiece.

Total experience packaged in VIP: 90 years

Benefit from 150 years of experience in FUMSI
Next I looked over the fresh collection of FUMSI articles: 4 articles, plus 4 editorials multiplies out to nearly 100 years' worth of information expertise.

One of our contributing editors also assembled one of our FUMSI Reports entitled Folio on Value - Quality, not Quantity -- a collection of 5 (or more) articles on a specific topic, plus editorial commentary and recommendations. This report on its own represents another 50 years of experience.

Total experience packaged in FUMSI: 150 years

Harvest 32 years of experience in ResourceShelf
We launched ResourceBlog in September, moving the content that ResourceShelf has published over the years into a new format to add functionality and organise the collection of web-based resources to support business research. Founding editor Gary Price, with his 20 years in the field, continues to share resources at a truly astounding rate (329 postings in the month of September), ably aided by senior editor Shirl Kennedy.

Total experience packaged in ResourceShelf: 32 years

Incorporate 40 years of experience in DocuTicker
Also launched in September is the DocuBase, offering researchers a unique collection of abstracts from full-text, free PDF reports available on the web, published by government agencies, research institutes, NGOs and other public interest organisations. Under the leadership of Shirl Kennedy and Gary Price, and with the UK-based assistance of Adrian Janes, the database added 336 records in the month of September.

Total experience packaged in DocuTicker: 40 years

Ready for the final tally?
Across the FreePint Family, you can tap into the knowledge generated by over 300 years of information-intensive work. Every month. In a variety of formats. Via annual subscriptions or one-off purchases or in many cases at no cost whatsoever.

The depth and breadth of experience provided by FreePint contributors over the years is both humbling and exciting. Collectively, FreePint contributors represent a range of expertise that, I'd venture to say, is unmatched. And exciting things happen when all that talent is brought together.

It gets even more exciting when YOU tell us what else you want from that talent pool. What products should we review in VIP? What problems are on your desk that FUMSI articles can help you resolve? What value-added packages can we assemble to put this expertise in your hands at the right price?

Take 5 minutes to complete this brief survey on topics and formats we're considering for 2011. If you have a specific suggestion, contact us -- we are limited only by imagination, certainly not by experience!

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 My Favourite Tipples

Shirl Kennedy

Submit your list of up to five favourite tipples to for publication with your byline and photo in the FreePint Newsletter. Have a single tip to share? Post it to the FUMSI Forum.

By Shirl Kennedy

DocuTicker relaunched last month, pulling tens of thousands of report citations into a database format, and we've enjoyed watching usage explode. We rely on countless 'fishing holes' to find quality resources, and we are always grateful for links, nudges in the right direction and questions that force us to dig deeper.

Turnabout is fair play: Here's a quick look at only a small number of those blogs that have cited DocuTicker:

  • The Journalist's Toolbox by the Society for Professional Journalists is more like a treasure chest of great resources.

  • The Public Health InfoLinks list maintained by the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University is a great collection of field-specific, general-interest and alternative media resources on health and healthcare.

  • Social Capital Review comments primarily on the region of King County, Washington, but its Public Data Ferret provides links to other resources.

  • Government Info Pro is published by LexisNexis publishes news and analysis of what's happening in the world of U.S. federal government information.

  • If you've ever followed a DocuTicker link, only to find that 'this page is not found', submit it to the Lost Docs Blog. Users submit information about U.S. federal government reports they can no longer find on the web.

Shirl Kennedy is the senior editor for DocuTicker and ResourceShelf.

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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
    * Clustering Search Strategies: An Overview and Update
    * Turning complaints into compliments in a city library service
    * The Greening of a Business: Beyond the Bottom Line
    * How is SharePoint used in Libraries?
    Read posting online »

  • [RS] Resource of the Week: Banned Books Week 2010
    Banned Books Week 2010 Begins: Resources and Press Coverage (#1)
    We plan to post one or two more BBW press reviews during the next week, thus the (#1).
    + Official Banned Books Week Web Site
    + Top Ten Most Frequently Challenged Books of 2009 (via ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom (OIF) Web Site)
    ++ New & Cool! Infographic: Most Frequently Challenged Books of 2009 (via
    + New: Banned Books Soundwave (via NC State University Libraries)
    "Join the NCSU Libraries in celebrating this annual event by listening to excerpts from banned books read by members of the NC State community. Click on the play button to listen to excerpts from selected banned books."
    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:
    * Headline copyright shock horror!
    * Mobile: erased the digital divide?
    * The FT forges on with paid content
    * NYTimes and Facebook link up
    * Business networking -- broader and smarter
    Subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly to stay informed. Your comments on any posting are always welcome.
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  • [FreePint] Sources and Resources
    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! That'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.
    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:

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Finding Your Information

Lorene KennardBy Lorene Kennard

No matter how much training and experience an information professional has, luck often plays an important part in tracking down the precise information required. Whether it's through a chance meeting, a phone call or even a misspelt search term, those gold nuggets of vital information can make all the difference as Lorene Kennard's examples show.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'We have training, research skills and experience, but serendipity never hurts. Every time we take on a research project, we use our experience and training to determine which resources contain the information we are looking for. Sometimes, when we are searching for one type of information, we come across a gold mine of data that we were not even looking for but which can be useful in our current or ongoing projects.'

Read, print, save or forward this article now »

Mobile Technologies in Libraries

Andrew WalshBy Andrew Walsh

With most library users owning a mobile phone, and increasing numbers of these being smartphones, it is time for libraries to take advantage of mobile technology. Andrew Walsh looks at the different levels that can be used from simple text messaging for both alerts and enquiries, to making sure the library is present on location-based social networks, and ultimately to creating an augmented reality layer.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'There are different levels at which libraries can enter the world of mobile friendly services, from basic text messaging services, through the mobile web that is increasing rapidly in importance and availability, to the more speculative (and fragmented) world of location aware services.'

Read, print, save or forward this article now »


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 »

VIP issue 82CI Software: Surveying the blurry landscape

In addition to analysis of information industry news and in-depth reviews of content products, VIP publishes features written by experts on emerging trends and thorny problems in information strategy. September's VIP No. 82 featured an overview of software for competitive intelligence, a growing product category that often brings together aggregation of sources with data visualisation. VIP has also commissioned author Scott Brown to write VIP Reports on Products to cover the packages he mentions; this series is scheduled to begin in December 2010.

Extract from Scott's feature story:

What is CI software? What are we talking about?

Here's where we begin to get lost in the somewhat blurry landscape of CI tools and software.

If you have ever investigated 'CI software' for your organisation, you may have had a hard time making sense of what's available in this space. You may even be struggling with figuring out what the software should do for you. In fact, what makes CI software 'CI software' anyway?

In some respects, it almost comes down to this: does the vendor market the product as a competitive intelligence product? If so, then it is a competitive intelligence product.

I believe part of the current confusion in this space is due to a few factors. One is the increasing number of information professionals moving into intelligence work. Speaking from an info pro perspective, I believe that, because we are steeped in a variety of information sources and tools, we see some so-called 'CI tools' as duplicate, and often deficient, in their functionality. I've looked at some CI software in the past, and have been hard-pressed to see why I wouldn't simply use, for example, Google Reader as a better and more flexible platform for gathering information feeds. This kind of 'seen that, have seen it done better' mentality is certainly valuable. But I believe this mindset can also hinder us from seeing these solutions clearly at times.

Another factor is the rise of social tools and social functionality which has created new and evolving competitive tools. Some social tools, like LinkedIn, are proving to be powerful CI tools all on their own, and CI practitioners and researchers are using them effectively. The FUMSI Folio Report on Competitive Intelligence demonstrates this phenomenon in some depth.

As a result, traditional software vendors are integrating social features into their software. In October 2009, VIP published a report on Digimind 7. Author Jonathan Gordon-Till talked about some of the capabilities of the Digimind software that are infused with social aspects, such as visualisation and word clouds. Collaboration - whether this means that organisation members are able to submit information into the CI software, or that the software integrates with wikis internally - is another social element popping up in CI software. We'll increasingly see these kinds of features in CI software, and because social tools are evolving, so will the CI software space.

The solutions

So where from here? Digimind, reviewed in October 2009, certainly continues to garner a lot of buzz. Some of the established solutions in CI software include:

  • Comintelli's Knowledge XChanger
  • Cipher Systems' Knowledge.Works
  • Wincite Systems - focus on 'knowledge networking'.

Other solutions that have been gaining buzz lately include:

  • Intelligence Plaza from Global Intelligence Alliance
  • Axxone.Strategy
  • Fuld's Competitive Intelligence Portal (specifically for SharePoint)
  • Strategy Software - competitor information management system
  • Astragy - offered as an SaaS platform
  • Denodo.

Over the next few months we'll look at some of these solutions in depth. We also may have the opportunity to look at some of the many other solutions that fall into the CI software category - or somewhere near it - including:

  • QL2
  • KB Crawl - website monitoring
  • SuccessFactors CubeTree - a collaboration solution

We'd also like to get your input. Are there particular tools you'd like to see reviewed? Are there areas in the CI software space that are confounding? Submit your suggestions for reviews to the VIP Suggestion Box.

The full version of this article, including links to the above vendors, appeared in VIP No. 82, published in September 2010. Also published were reviews of CEIC: Brazil and EIU Country Risk Service. Purchase the individual product reviews by clicking the links, or save money by purchasing VIP No. 82 and get both reports as part of your purchase.

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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 »

  • Mobile penetration shapes emerging markets
    Mobile communication devices with access to online information and connection via social media platforms are drastically carving out new markets in countries with growing middle classes. Nielsen ( recently reported that the demand for mobile (cell) communication is following a less than predictable growth pattern with explosive demand in emerging economies...
    Read posting online »

  • Less could be more at Nexis
    Over 2,000 global newspapers feature on Nexis ' but earlier this year came word that News International's offerings would soon not be among them. Now it seems that selected News International content may continue to feature on Nexis, not as full text but as abstracts...
    Read posting online »

  • No lazy summer days for legal info providers
    Even through the sleepy month of August, legal, tax and regulatory information rivals Thomson Reuters and LexisNexis continue to innovate furiously. The arrival of the potentially disruptive Bloomberg on the scene may be one factor - but another one is likely to be the increasing availability of free legal stuff from government...
    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 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...

  • Copyright Clearance Center Expands Partnership Program
    Pubget and Study.Net integrate CCC's Web Services to Deliver Copyright Permissions
    DANVERS, Mass., September 30, 2010-Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), a not-for-profit organization and leading provider of licensing solutions, announced the expansion of its partner program and details of its recent partnerships with life sciences PDF search platform Pubget and Web-based learning resource Study.Net.
    Read Press Release online »

  • Scope will be exhibiting the Frankfurt Book Fair
    Chennai, India: Scope eKnowledge Center, the publishers of the STM industry news service, Knowledgespeak (, will be conducting a series of interviews with select industry executives at the upcoming Frankfurt Book Fair, October 6-8. The goal is to provide a unique real-time perspective from the vantage points of established leaders within the STM industry, inspired by the live events taking place at the Book Fair itself. Since its inception in 2005, Knowledgespeak has published several dozen exclusive interviews with senior executives, covering different topics of interest to information industry professionals...
    Read Press Release online »

  • Credo Reference adds Ashgate Publisher Collection
    Boston and Oxford, 29th September 2010 - Credo Reference, the award-winning online reference library, is adding a Publisher Collection from Ashgate. Fifteen comprehensive, specialty titles will soon be available on the Credo Reference platform...
    Read Press Release online »

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VIP - Forthcoming Topics

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

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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.

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Jinfo Jobs:

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

  • Records Manager
    Records Manager with proven project management and EDRMS implementation experience sought for Global London law firm.
    Recruiter: Sue Hill Recruitment and Services Limited
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Market Data Specialist
    A permanent career opportunity has arisen for an experienced Market Data analyst to take an active...
    Recruiter: TFPL Intelligent Resources
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Information Services & Training Team Lead
    Newly created senior level Library & Information Team Leader required by City Professional Services organisation.
    Recruiter: Glen Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

Browse all Jinfo Jobs »

Jinfo Events:

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

  • MARC 21: an introduction
    The course provides a structured introduction to MARC 21.
    Organiser: CILIP
    Date: 26th Oct 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Mobile Cloud Computing Forum
    1 day conference and exhibition on Enterprise Mobile Cloud Computing and Enterprise Apps.
    Organiser: Keynote
    Date: 1st Dec 2010
    Country: Online

  • Online Mobile Cloud Computing Forum
    Free to View event streaming.
    Organiser: Keynote
    Date: 1st Dec 2010
    Country: Online

  • Online Information 2010
    The leading UK event covering the full spectrum of online content and information management solutions.
    Organiser: Incisive Media
    Date: 30th Nov - 2nd Dec 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

Browse all 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 - Structurae: International Database and Gallery of Structures

We apologize in advance for the time sink, but this gem -- discovered by Gary -- is one of the more compelling sites we've seen lately.

This site offers you information on works of structural engineering, architecture or construction through time, history and from around the world. Our documentation begins at the time of the pyramids in Egypt and Roman construction, continues to Romanesque and Gothic churches and through to the Industrial Revolution all the way to today and beyond. Structurae deals mostly with bridges, tunnels, dams, skyscrapers, stadiums, towers, etc. Explore this site to discover the marvelous works of structural engineering.

You can search this database -- a Google site search box is available -- but it's much more interesting to browse. Click on the Structures link at the top, and you'll be transported to a page that explains the different ways you can peruse the site, with the actual links down the lefthand side...

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