Cites & Insights 6:3, February 2006, is now available for downloading.
The PDF issue is 22 pages long. Each section except “My Back Pages” is also available in HTML, with links on the C&I home page.
This issue includes the following essays:
Followup Perspective: Beyond ‘Library 2.0 and “Library 2.0″‘ – A few comments on posts since 5 p.m. January 6–and brief notes on what I believe is happening now, and why C&I probably won’t be covering it extensively.
Â©4 Perspective: Analog Hole and Broadcast Flag – Recent activity around the Broadcast Flag (a bad idea that refuses to go away) and recently-introduced legislation to enable an even worse idea, closing the analog hole.
Library Stuff Perspective: Perceptions of Libraries and Information Resources – A few comments and criticisms of this generally first-rate 296-page OCLC report.
Interesting & Peculiar Products – seven of them, one of which is fortunately only a somewhat creepy idea.
Â©2 Perspective: What NC Means to Me – Commenting on an article that attacks Creative Commons NC (Non-Commercial) license, a proposed set of guidelines for interpreting NC–and my own added permissions to those apparently granted by NC.
Trends & Quick Takes – Four trends.
My Back Pages – A baker’s dozen.