Cites & Insights 6:2, Midwinter 2006 is now available for downloading.
This is a special issue, 32 pages long in PDF form, consisting of one essay:
Library 2.0 and “Library 2.0”
Included are quotes and comments from some three dozen sources, some of them new to the discussion.
While the essay is also available in HTML form from the home page, please don’t use the HTML if you plan to print the issue–which, at 26,000 words, seems like a reasonable thing to do. The HTML version will take 42 pages to print (at least that’s what I see in Firefox “print preview”), as compared to the 32-page PDF. (Since there’s only one essay–albeit in five parts–there’s only one HTML file.)
A more typical (and shorter!) February Cites & Insights should be available near the end of January (not before January 27) or early in February.
Note: Roy Tennant has informed me that the link to the HTML version is wrong–it will get you the first essay in the January 2006 issue. I’ll fix that this evening (has to be done from home). Meanwhile, if you must download the 250K HTML file instead of the nice neat 32-page PDF, this will work. Fixed 1/9 p.m.