Google Scholar has launched its own weblog. Not much to see at present, just the one post.
A new report, Assessing the impact of arts and humanities research at the University of Cambridge makes a rare stab at trying to develop a framework for the wider impact of arts & humanities research.
“you could install an architecture blogger — or a film blogger, a food blogger, an archaeology blogger, a fiction blogger — in an overlooked archive somewhere, anywhere in the world, and thus help to reveal those items to the general public?”
Google has officially launched its Caffeine version…
A new Network World article on findability. Professionals, it is said,…
“spend 20% of their time looking for information and they find what they are looking for less than half of the time. That’s equivalent to spending 10 weeks a year searching for information and remaining ignorant half of that time.”
And that’s presumably with the expensive knowledge management tools ordered by the consultants.