Agree or disagree? Financial databases like CapitalIQ, bloomberg, WRDS etc are generally harder to use then article databases/eJournal platforms eg Academic search Premier, Sciencedirect etc where things are getting standardised. EDIT I only noticed because my new place a Business Uni has tons more of such stuff than my old one.
A particularly ironic entry into the Open Access *Headdesk* Publishing Club (or whatever it's called): The open access advantage considering citation, article usage and social media attention: http://link.springer.com/article...
Quick wiki editing question: I have a link whose text has a / in the middle of it (Tips for using the storage inventory/How to handle a storage request). The wiki in Sharepoint is treating it as a file path. I tried replacing it with ascii code / but it replaces it with a slash and treats it as a file path. Help?
Is it just me, or are some vendors really ramping up their pre-conference pitches? One particular one has called me every day this week, keeps emailing to ask for an appointment, and now left a voicemail saying every existing customer who brings a non-customer librarian to the booth gets an iPad. This is beyond.
Writing a letter to the IRS because they misread $700.00 reported as non-employee compensation to me as $70,000 and are charging me $33,366 in back taxes because of it. Just another day in the life of the Webgoddess.