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Wednesday, February 24, 2010


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I was hoping someone would post a link to this. Thanks.

Christine Schwartz

Hi Bryan,

You're welcome. I watched it last night. It was excellent. Both Renee Register and Karen Coyle were able to articulate so well our current cataloging milieu and where we need to go.

Thinking of watching it again and will definitely order Karen's new Library Technology Reports.

Bryan Campbell


I see many positive developments here. Perhaps now we can seriously contemplate a retrospective correction of the damage caused by the the rule of three. I mean, if the publishers have the data, then OCLC can take the names, for example, and add them to existing records as enrichments.

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