It’s only taken eight years for C&I to actually appear monthly–that is, for a volume to have only a dozen issues.
Cites & Insights 8:12 (December 2008) is now available for downloading.
The 22-page issue is PDF as usual (a nice compact PDF, as are all the other 2008 issues now that I’ve regenerated them with Acrobat 9), but you can also get HTML versions of most essays. (Most headings below are live links.)
Advance notice of a special offer: The Liblog Landscape 2007-2008 will be available soon (late November or early December if all goes well), and will have an early-bird special price of $22.50 until January 15, 2009–at which point it will go to $35.00. (If there’s an Amazon version, that will start out at $35.) The book will be announced on Walt at Random as soon as it’s ready.
Also: News about disappearing books, notes on potential sponsorship for future research, and this warning: If you’re one of the dozens (I can dream) of institutions that binds C&I, hold off–the title sheet and index will be ready in another week or two. (There will probably also be a paperback version of the whole volume.)
The heart of the issue. An extended essay on NEA’s latest sky-is-falling report–and on “stupidity and Google.”
Just two more to go…
My Back Pages
Three audio-related pieces–but two other mini-snarks that are a little closer to home.