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December 07, 2005

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Hi
I like this blog's visualization for two reasons. First, you say librarians dont have to. Second, you dont say what librarians have to. That is where I am surfing to find the nexus (as interdependent), see my Webliography: Librarians and Techies – A NEXUS.
Further, regarding the idea of the role [or call it place] of the librarian in this image on Project Life Cycle. Any clarification?
By the way, do we need permission to use the image on Project Life Cycle? I like to add it in my Webliography.
Best wishes from a information visualization blogger and Multifaith Librarian, Dr. Mohamed Taher

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