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From the Editors: Print publishing schedules don't always accommodate the FLASH! of breaking news in the information industry and library world. So, we post weekly by-lined stories by expert industry reporters—folks like Barbara Quint, Marydee Ojala, and others. We also feature a weekly news digest that highlights important developments.

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