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Google Vies With Microsoft to Undermind Apple's Tablet Dominance

(bloomberg.com): Google Inc. (GOOG) and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)'s attempts to loosen Apple Inc. (AAPL)'s grip on the booming tablet- computer market will be put to the test this week as PC makers unveil new models at the Computex trade show in Taipei. Investors and analysts will be looking to see if Google's Android operating system can match the popularity of the iPad, while Microsoft may preview its next Windows platform for tablets a year after Apple's first offering hit store shelves.
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E-books aren't shelving libraries

(thechronicleherald.ca): Despite increasing electronic technology, public libraries are as popular as ever, says the outgoing president of the Canadian Library Association. All these technologies are actually enhancing what libraries do and are making them more valuable and more popular. Walker said libraries are a social place.
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From Shelves to Internet: America's Digital Library Takes Shape

(livescience.com): Five-story robots patrol an underground chamber to retrieve books beneath the Mansueto Library at the University of Chicago. It's a sight that would impress most people, but U.S. librarians and academics have their eyes set on a still more futuristic concept. They want to build the Digital Public Library of America.
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Semiotics for enterprise search

(kmworld.com): Readers of KMWorld are comfortable with the semantic processes that knowledge management systems employ to make sense of business information. There are knowledgebases, taxonomies, controlled vocabularies and access control tags. Knowledge management is more than key word search and retrieval, although finding information is part of the discipline.
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The Changing Paradigm for College Textbooks and Libraries

(campustechnology.com): The debate over electronic textbooks and ever-increasing costs for traditional textbooks continues to rage. Part of these Web-era dilemmas ironically involves the willingness to face contradictions from the university's past.
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