Online computer services making dent in household market
- CompuServe tries to wow families. // Consumer Reports;Aug96, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p8
Discusses Wow!, a family-oriented online service introduced by CompuServe. Various services provided for adults and children; Reasons for considering the product; Contact point.
- site geist. // Information World Review;Dec2000, Issue 164, p84
Provides news on the online information services industry as of December 2000. Digital Freedom Network's contest entitled Foil the Filters; Information on Brave New World, a Web site about children's health conditions.
- Managing Electronic Content Logjams. Jacobs, Leslie // Online;May/Jun2003, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p60
Deals with managing electronic content logjams which pose a problem to information content deployers and vendors in the U.S. Examples of the problems caused by electronic content logjams; Reason behind the occurrence of electronic content logjams; Discussion on how the information content...
- What You Really, Really Want is to be On-line. Plunket, Paddy // Chartered Accountants Journal;Feb2001, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p42
Explores the results of a library survey of members' information needs in New Zealand. Percentage of respondents using an Information Service Provider as a means of keeping up-to-date with professional matters; Percentage of respondents wanting training in on-line information retrieval and...
- Identity crisis. Cook, Bob // Modern Physician;Jul99, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p44
Cites that providing marketers with personal information is the price doctors have to pay for free online services. Reasons for physician-centered sites ask for personal information; What the concept `permission marketing' means; Importance of permission marketing.
- If content is King, I DECLARE A REPUBLIC. Davis, Vaughn // AdMedia;Dec2001, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p40
Focuses on the importance of the information or entertainment delivered online. Details on the transition stage of Internet; Evolution of Web experiences in response to the inputs of the users; Illustration of difference between online success and realworld profit.
- ONLINE INFORMATION Conferencing in London. Clyde, Laurel Anne // Library Mosaics;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p16
Highlights the 'Online Information' international conference and exhibition in December 2002 in London, England. Theme of the conference; List of commercial online information services; Keynote speakers.
- EDITORIALS. Huleatt, Richard S. // Online Newsletter;Oct2002, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p1
Editorial. Focuses on the limitations of indiscriminate advertising in Internet information superhighways and vehicle highways in the U.S. Regulations on the size of billboard advertising; Existence of laws limiting the types and volume of advertising; Details on the regulation of phone devices.
- The JAL guide to the professional literature: Online information systems. Altman, Ellen; Pratt, Allan // Journal of Academic Librarianship;May97, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p258
Presents abstracts about online information systems for academic librarians. Includes choice of database; LEXIS-NEXIS library system; Report format for research results.
- EC seeks to ensure free flow of online communication. Meller, Paul // Advertising Age International;Sep96, pI11
Reports on the decision of the European Commission to introduce measures aimed at preventing European countries from making laws similar to the United States that restrict new electronic media. Plans of national government ministers to debate the proposal.