Online and CD-Rom Review: Volume 22 Issue 2

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

DOCUMENT+PROGRAM HYBRIDS ON THE INTERNET AND THEIR IMPACT ON INFORMATION TRANSFER

Paul Nieuwenhuysen, Patrick Vanouplines

This contribution looks at some relatively new and recent advanced tools, techniques, methods and standards related to the Internet which form the basis for mixtures of…

LEXIS‐NEXIS: PAST AND FUTURE

Richard Poynder

The origins of the LEXIS‐NEXIS service lie in the defence industry. Specifically its database engine, originally called ‘Central!’, was developed by the Ohio‐based Data…

NEW DATABASE PRODUCTS: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MEDICINE (ISSUE 11)

Martha E. Williams, Linda C. Smith

This is the eleventh article on science, technology, and medicine (STM) databases in a continuing series of articles summarizing and commenting on new database products…

NEW CD‐ROMS IN BRIEF

A Taste of France, A Taste of Japan, A Taste of Italy. Instructional cookbooks with more than 100 authentic recipes and video demonstrations of chefs preparing the food…

CD‐ROMs — A TRANSIENT MEDIUM?

Stella Keenan

In 1986, according to Task Force Pro Libra (TFPL) data, there were 48 information CD‐ROMs in existence. The phenomenal growth of this outgrowth from the home entertainment…

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: FIGHTING THE FAD

A session at December's Online Information 97 Meeting was held on the theme ‘Knowledge management — the technological solution’. Knowledge management has become a key…

DIGITAL OBJECT IDENTIFIERS

A universal licence plate for published content, which can steer enquirers to the copyright holder — that is the idea behind the Digital Object Identifier system, which…

NEWS ROUNDUP

Tread warily. A recent national survey shows that nearly half the corporate e‐mail sites in the UK are using software with known security risks.

ISSN:

1353-2642

Renamed from:

Online Review

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited