Info to Go is a monthly newsletter listing interesting, selected web sites. Many of the most avid readers are reference librarians, and indeed our reference librarian was probably the only reader here when we subscribed to the print edition. We have now switched to the the online version so all our library card holders can use it from home or work.
Remember that there is an enormous difference in the quality of sites retrieved by machine keyword searching via Google, Yahoo or whatever search engines you use, and sites that have been viewed and preselected by humans. Reference librarians care about this difference, so another good source of pre-viewed sites is the Librarian's Index to the Internet.
Although some parts of Info to Go are updated daily, it is basically a newsletter and so chronological. As with blogs, older issues may contain links that no longer work. You can usually retrieve those pages using the Wayback Machine or the mirror housed at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.Posted by library at August 9, 2005 10:29 AM