Google just published the June 2006 edition of Google Librarian Newsletter.
The “outside” article this time around is Libraries and Google/Google Book Search: No Competition!” by yours truly–written several months ago, appearing now. There’s an interesting bit of Googler feedback relating to some questions/criticisms I raise along the way. (Note: This was written long before we had examples of the somewhat-less-than-archival quality of some of the book scans.)
If this isn’t the last time “Walt Crawford, senior analyst at RLG” appears on a new publication (or its equivalent), it will be because of publishing lags. But, of course, “Walt Crawford, OCLC” and variations on that theme will start appearing…oh, probably a couple of weeks after ALA.