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Weekly News Digest

October 2, 2000 — In addition to this week's NewsBreaks article and the monthly NewsLink Spotlight, Information Today, Inc. (ITI) offers Weekly News Digests that feature recent product news and company announcements. Watch for additional coverage to appear in the next print issue of Information Today.

CLICK HERE to view more Weekly News Digest items. Announces Partnerships with, DigitalOwl (, the new, independent e-business unit of Baker & Taylor (, has announced the selection of two key technology partners. In developing its product offerings, will incorporate technologies and products from (, a provider of customized solutions for online e-book access and viewing, and DigitalOwl (, a provider of secure digital packaging, marketing, and syndication of premium information content. Baker & Taylor will use to develop and deliver e-book selections to the public and academic library markets.

According to the announcement, Baker & Taylor's offering is being designed to provide library customers access to premium collections of e-books from premier book publishers. will utilize to support this new service, beginning with its online collection of more than 1,400 IT reference books. The eBook Library service will be available in January 2001.'s use of DigitalOwl's patent-pending KineticEdge software allows Baker & Taylor to provide library patrons with the opportunity to search, access, and use collections online and, with its secure and simple check-out process, download books for viewing on Palm and other PDA devices. The service will offer libraries new usage models for e-book content, including pay-per-view, patron purchase, annual subscription, and automatic timeout/renewal.

Source: Baker & Taylor,

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