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FreePint 18th August 2011


My Favourite Tipples

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FUMSI Features

  • A construction industry approach to using information
  • Write here, right now - how Tumblr changed blogging

VIP Features

  • On the VIP Horizon
  • Recent postings to the LiveWire
  • Recent postings to the Wire

Jinfo - Jobs and Events

Jobs in Information:

  • Search Business Manager
  • Corporate Finance Researcher
  • Information Specialists (Librarians)
  • Legal Researcher/Librarian - Maternity Leave
  • Interim Manager (Technical Services)

Events in Information:

  • Dewey Decimal Classification Executive Briefing
  • TFPL Cloud Event - Sharing
  • Enterprise Search Europe 2011
  • KMWorld 2011

Highlights from DocuTicker

  • The Job Loss Tsunami of the Great Recession: Wave Recedes for Men, Not for Women
  • Austerity and Anarchy: Budget Cuts and Social Unrest in Europe, 1919-2009

Highlights from ResourceShelf

  • UK Government Considers Blocking Twitter
  • Amazon Launches Social Networking Site for Kindle


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Michelle ManafyBy Michelle Manafy

Stealth mode and exposing undercover information

You can't blame a start-up for operating in stealth mode. It makes sense that, if you are in the initial phases of product rollout, you'd want to limit exposure of possibly negative (even if constructive) feedback. There's also something sort of cool about the whole stealth concept - could be from the James Bond Stealth Ship or from the stealth fighters it is modelled after, with the point being to stay under the radar and avoid detection.

Stay under the radarYet in my years chasing up news stories about information industry companies and products, I find more than a few organisations in seemingly perpetual stealth mode. In some cases, they are such large companies that, regardless of how many contacts I make, I can't begin to navigate their Byzantine machinations. In these cases, I've even had contacts confidentially confess that they can't reliably figure out who does what in their own companies.

Then, of course, there are organisations that have had a difficult go in the press and retrench until the fallout blows over. Sometimes these companies take a different (equally obfuscating) approach, in which they hire spin doctors to generate quantities of vacuous coverage in an effort to distract us from the less appealing (if newsworthy) aspects of their company's activities.

And then there are those in which no news seems to be good news as one doesn't hear anything negative about the organisation. Yet the lack of information flow strikes one as a somewhat eerie silence. Calm before the storm? Something to hide? Or just so busy doing business that media exposure falls off the To Do list?

In any of these cases, there is an audience out there that wants to know. An audience for whom an understanding of the companies with whom they are working or considering doing business with is essential. So while companies may have their reasons for flying low, there remains a need for coverage. I'm confident that if you're reading my column, you find this situation familiar. And you know how to persevere until you uncover the knowledge needed.

As ever, we're your allies on this front. Our research division has turned its sights on some of the information industry players that our customers have found difficult to track. Like you, we don't plan to take "no, you don't need to know" for an answer. Interestingly, our debut foray in this area already resulted in an improved relationship with a vendor we've not covered much in the past: Meltwater Group. As our director of research worked on her comprehensive coverage, delivered in our FreePint Research Report: Insights on Meltwater, she was also able to provide our readers with a mini review of Meltwater Press.

These research reports, in which we will examine Bloomberg, Dow Jones Factiva and Thomson Reuters among others, offer a comprehensive view of companies including an analysis of their business structure, finances, product lines, customer focus and more.

While in a military context stealth has been a remarkably successful technology, it is recognised that it is not invulnerable. Stealth relies not only on its ability not to be detected by radar, but also on its ability not to be detected by other means. And by other means, by any means, it is our job to reveal essential insights about the players in this industry.

Best regards,
Michelle Manafy,
Director of Content

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 My Favourite Tipples

Charlie Hull By Charlie Hull

I need to keep an eye on the changes in the search industry, with a particular focus on open source options, as I work to deliver search solutions for clients. These favourites help keep me up to date on tools as well as insights into problems faced and emerging solution strategies.

  • The LinkedIn Enterprise Search Professionals Group: aimed at product managers, developers, designers, and search tool users, this group is made up of a friendly and interesting bunch of search experts and includes some lively and informative discussions.

  • On Twitter: @miles_kehoe from New Idea Engineering and @searchtools_avi (a "librarian at heart" who monitors search tools) are some of my favourite tweeters on search.

  • Open: A blog written by technology journalist and consultant Glyn Moody. He focuses on more general open source and software news and issues. I also follow him on Twitter @glynmoody.

  • BeyondSearch: Steve Arnold's blog, which covers search and related issues. Mind you, he's not one to pull his punches! Steve and his team monitor search, content processing, text mining and related topics and provide insights along with information.

  • Enterprise Search Meetups: lists physical search related get togethers across the world - including our own Cambridge one.

  • Cabume: aims to get under the hood of the business and technology communities centred around Cambridge, UK is my favourite for local business news.

Charlie Hull is the co-founder of Flax, an open source search consultancy that has been building innovative search solutions for over a decade for clients including The Financial Times. Hull blogs about search and will be presenting at Enterprise Search Europe in London and Apache Lucene Eurocon in Barcelona.

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TFPL Cloud conference

TFPL Cloud Event: Sharing

With the release of the Gartner report suggesting that Cloud computing is coming into the mainstream, being as influential as e-business, this event takes a new look at what the advantages and implications are for information management. Our aim is to examine how the Cloud is benefiting organisations and the factors that impact on knowledge and information management as we know it.

The day will introduce seven innovative case studies from Thomson Reuters, ExLibris, Eduserv, Logica, Exstrinsica, Esri UK and EFM that illustrate how challenges have been overcome and how benefits have been realised. The day will also offer practical advice from an expert panel who will look at information preservation and examine potential future developments for the Cloud.

20th October 2011
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Latest posts at the FreePint Bar:

  • [FUMSI] Latest popular articles

    The following are the most popular FUMSI articles published in the last 60 days:

    * Reinventing Librarians: Part 1
    * Ebooks and libraries - a missed opportunity to evolve?
    * OrgIntel: Organisational intelligence for finding and influencing your stakeholders
    * Tricks of the trade show: Making the most of your field research
    * Using the golden information thread: Some lessons from the Utilities sector for managing risk, making decisions and providing governance

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  • [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:

    * Pubget: get the science, ever faster... Part 1
    * SMEs benefit from revamped
    * Get ready for startups: 54 hours or two years?
    * Daily deals 1: The bandwagon careers on
    * Acquisition by IHS. A seismic shift?

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  • [FreePint] Disruption for the better

    When I started university, I'd never used a computer. In my first news writing class, the professor informed us that all work would be turned in via the journalism department's network. As if mastering reporting and writing skills weren't enough, we were confronted with DOS prompts and command lines. Of necessity and desire, I learned a lot that first semester and quickly embraced computer-based writing - in fact, by the end of my first semester, I was working as computer lab monitor.
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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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A construction industry approach to using information - BIM, a shared knowledge resource

Paul WilkinsonBy Paul Wilkinson

How many times have we read about public sector construction projects failing to deliver on time, to specification and to cost? But what role does information play in this and does it lead to better outcomes not just for the tax payer but also for the contractors involved? Paul Wilkinson tells us about a new way to do business in the UK construction industry; with information collaboration and sharing at its heart, BIM (Building Information Modelling) is the future.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'Building information modelling (BIM) started in the 1980s when many architects and engineers were making the transition from hand-drawn designs to computer-aided design (CAD). It effectively adds other dimensions beyond 3D. First, the model can be used to show how the building will be constructed (including time, so 4D); then you can associate cost data (5D), and then other aspects such as its energy use and sustainability credentials can be modelled. As a result, some commentators describe it as nD. The value of BIM also extends beyond design and construction, delivering information that an asset owner can use for facilities management, refurbishment or eventual demolition, for example.'

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Write here, right now - how Tumblr changed blogging: Part One

Will MyddeltonBy Will Myddelton
FUMSI: Share

Tumblr may not be as well known as Wordpress or Twitter but it offers an interesting alternative because it is easy to set up, and allows you to publish as much or as little as you want using a free iPhone app, by email or by phone. In this first part of a two-part article, Will Myddelton and Martin Belam explain why Tumblr is popular.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'Tumblr is a publishing platform that allows users to build up a web scrapbook of text, quotes, links and images. It has different categories of information which has had an impact on user behaviour. The fact that it encourages the posting of just one photo or just one quote from the net makes it closer to a "microblogging" platform than a "blogging" platform. This can be less intimidating for users as they are not confronted with the expectation that they are going to have to type out 350 words before they can hit publish. Setting up is easy. It takes less than 30 seconds - enter your email, specify a password, choose a URL and you're ready to publish.'

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FUMSI - Forthcoming Topics

  • Reinventing librarians Part 2
  • Using a comms strategy for better use of government data
  • Predictive Search
  • Sharing resources using Twitter

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 VIP Features

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VIP issue 92VIP Magazine: On the Horizon

VIP Magazine features VIP Horizon, a brief summary of important news in the information industry, interpreted to help information managers communicate upward regarding strategy, risk management and planning for change.

The most recent issue of VIP (No. 92) features the following in VIP Horizon:

End users continue to be targeted in a relentless round of innovations from leading information providers. Recent solutions aim to replace incompatible legacy systems in insurance businesses, share legal research between corporate clients and their counsel, and enable law firms to garner more mergers and acquisitions business by modelling successful deals.

Established risk management information providers such as LexisNexis or Thomson Reuters are being challenged by diversifying competitors such as credit information specialist Equifax, which is offering new lending solutions that also ensure regulatory compliance. Keeping track of all these developments constitutes the critical value that professional information managers can add.


As the use of mobile devices continues to grow, smartphones may be making the running at the moment but the media industry sees tablets as offering the biggest commercial opportunities. Nevertheless take-up of tablets is currently low - and a recent FreePint survey revealed all sorts of concerns about the deployment of mobile devices generally.

But evidence suggests that employees aren't going to wait for their companies to institute their use formally - even though research commissioned by the Chartered Management Institute suggests that home-based use of mobile devices for continuing professional development may add three weeks to an employee's working year.


Research by Forbes magazine as it launches its European edition suggests that reading stories in print as opposed to online can lead to better business decision making. Consequently, company head Steve Forbes believes that it is impossible to have an online presence without a print presence as well.

A further study by Gartner suggests that, although the time people spend reading on screen now almost equals that spent reading print, something much more complicated than simple substitution is taking place. Information managers will face tough budgetary decisions on the right balance to be struck between print and digital content provision.

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VIP LiveWire

VIP contributing editors comment daily on what's happening in the industry.
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Most Read Postings on the LiveWire Recently...

  • Meltwater Press Mini-Review: Part 1

    Meltwater, a 10-year-old media monitoring company, is best known for Meltwater News, which monitors web-based news distribution and provides customers with alerts, and Meltwater Buzz, which offers a look into social media activity and sentiment. These compete with similar offerings from companies like Cision and Burrelle's in the media space and with products like NewsDesk (Moreover) and Factiva (Dow Jones) in the news space.
    Read posting online »

  • Facebook for competitive analysis

    Earlier this week at the AF Expo in San Francisco, sponsored by All Facebook, I looked forward to the session on "Competitive Analysis on Facebook" as a chance to glean the latest and greatest for professional researchers who may be looking for an edge via insights from social media channels. Unfortunately, and a propos of the marketing and technology professionals in the audience, the session was much more focused on tools for leveraging corporate Facebook pages than on hard core competitive analysis...
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  • Big Data - will it make any sense?

    Small wonder that LexisNexis has chosen to badge its HPCC Systems platform as a Big Data solution. To judge from the sudden surge of interest, Big Data is set to become the next Big Thing - and just recently big names like IBM, McKinsey and Gartner have all offered their own takes on its future development.
    Read posting online »

  • Pubget: get the science, ever faster... Part 1

    Yes, Pubget is another new biomedical search engine, but primarily it is a PDF browser. Pubget differs from similar literature search engines in how results are displayed: the purpose is not to give you an extensive list of hits like the competition does, but rather to give you immediate access to the science articles you need.
    Read posting online »

  • Info social life keeps you healthy

    My day to day existence involves connecting and sharing with people who work in quite similar fields to me especially in the healthcare sector - we can be a very social group of people. Whatever sector you work in will probably have similar experiences - instead of healthcare insert your industry sector.
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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...

  • More optimism in the Ukrainian IT market in 2011

    IT product and service sales in Ukraine stabilised and even began to grow in 2010. In interviews and opinions expressed publicly, company managers have become more optimistic and confident in sales growth in 2010 and 2011.
    Read Press Release online »

  • Bloomsbury Publishing teams with Practical Law

    At AGM of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, Nigel Newton, Chief Executive, made the following statement: "We are pleased to announce that Bloomsbury Publishing has reached an agreement with Practical Law Company, the leading provider of legal know-how, transactional analysis and market intelligence for lawyers, to license Bloomsbury law content. The deal will provide a direct route for the Group's data to the desk tops of all major law firms and corporate and public sector legal departments dealing with English or Scots law."
    Read Press Release online »

  • DWPI Files Offer Emerging Market Insight

    The IP Solutions business of Thomson Reuters has announced the addition of patent records from the patent-issuing authorities of Poland, Hong Kong and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), a regional office registering patents from member states, which include the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, State of Qatar, State of Bahrain, State of Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates and Sultanate of Oman, to its Derwent World Patents Index® (DWPI) database. This comprehensive collection of editorially enhanced patent documents from 47 global issuing authorities also includes English language abstracts and titles, making it easier for researchers to quickly find the information they need to make informed decisions regarding protected technologies in these key global markets.
    Read Press Release online »

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VIP - Forthcoming Topics

  • Intelligence Plaza
  • Highline Financial
  • Infotrieve Mobile App
  • Bankscope

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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:

  • Search Business Manager
    Great contract to manage global roll out of search tool for KM at leading law firm.
    Recruiter: Fabric Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Corporate Finance Researcher
    Salary. £Market Rate. Independent corporate finance advisory firm requires...
    Recruiter: TFPL
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Information Specialists (Librarians)
    Recruiter: GCHQ
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Legal Researcher/Librarian - Maternity Leave
    Experienced Business Researcher required for 6 - 9 month Maternity Leave contract with busy Law Practice.
    Recruiter: Glen Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Interim Manager (Technical Services)
    University seeks Interim for 6 months to lead the team during a period of review & transition. Proven staff managerial experience is a must.
    Recruiter: Sue Hill Recruitment and Services Limited
    Country: United Kingdom

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Jinfo Events:

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

  • Dewey Decimal Classification Executive Briefing
    CILIP's fourth annual Executive Briefing with OCLC will address the exciting opportunities DCC offers through case studies, panel
    Organiser: CILIP Events
    Date: 15th Sep 2011
    Country: United Kingdom

  • TFPL Cloud Event - Sharing
    A one-day event on library and information strategy with cloud-based systems.
    Organiser: TFPL
    Date: 20th Oct 2011
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Enterprise Search Europe 2011
    New conference offering European perspective on the technology, implementation & optimisation of enterprise-wide search.
    Organiser: Information Today Ltd
    Date: 24-25 Oct 2011
    Country: United Kingdom

  • KMWorld 2011
    Learn practical, hands-on techniques from leading edge speakers. A must-attend event!
    Date: 1-3 Nov 2011
    Country: United States

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