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March 1996, Week 1


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Margo Coletti <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 5 Mar 1996 13:31:36 -0500
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Another ad, I assume, for SquareNote.  Has anyone on this list (or anyone
you know) used SquareNote?  Any testimonials?
Margo Coletti ([log in to unmask]) / Beth Israel Hospital / Boston, MA
On Mon, 4 Mar 1996, caroline nachman wrote:
>         The amount of diverse information that a librarian today is expected
> read and understand is staggering compared with even 10 years ago.  And it
> comes at a time of staff cutbacks at most libraries.
>         Every librarian comes to understand that a person simply cannot
> this deluge of data, and creates or borrows tools to deal with the
> information overload.
>         Keeping a daily journal of what seem like the most significant ideas,
> mos
> and articles is one way to handle the overload.  While not a perfect
> solution, it seems to fit with the workmodes and habits of many librarians.
>         You can keep your journal on any media -- steno pads, notebooks,
> of
> paper -- but there are certain methods and ways of doing it that ensure
> maximum value from your journal.
>         For a short memo on the subject [which of course will add to your
> information overload!], email me at "[log in to unmask]".
>         Good luck and best wishes,
> Caroline Nachman, SQN Inc. | For free SquareNote3.5,
> "Organize, indexe, retrieve      | email "[log in to unmask]"
>  notes, ideas & documents.    | or open ""
>  Like index cards on a PC."   | or ""