Arnold, Stephen
February 2004
Information World Review;Feb2004, Issue 199, p17
Trade Publication
Analyzes trends in information retrieval as employed by information users in the U.S. and Canada in 2004. Signs of changes in the information industry; Concept of the stovepipe information retrieval system; Details on the processing and distribution of Really Simple Syndication-compliant content management system to an information user.


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