Cites & Insights 15.2 (February 2015) available

Walt Crawford waltcrawford at GMAIL.COM
Sun Jan 4 19:56:36 EST 2015

Cites & Insights 15.2 (February 2015) is now available for
downloading at

 The two-column print-oriented version (with non-working links but
with boldface) is 24 pages long.

 A single-column 6x9" version optimized for online viewing and with
working hyperlinks (but without boldface), 46 pages long, is available

 For those of you tired of open access facts and figures, this issue
has less than half a page (on page 3) devoted to open access.

 The issue includes:

The Front pp. 1-3

Notes on readership, 2014. Also a few notes on "the fourth half,"
partially likely to appear in the March 2015 issue.

The Middle: Deathwatch 2014! pp. 3-15

That's right! After a one-year hiatus, it's time for another
Deathwatch, and this one does include a few death of books/death of
libraries items.

Policy: ©: Going to Extremes pp. 15-24

Starting with 69 citations on copyright extremism (from both sides),
this roundup includes two dozen items that still seemed worth noting.


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