Filtering issue featured in CQ Researcher

Lois Fundis writes \”Our library just began a trial subscription to CQ Researcher and CQ Weekly\’s online databases, and just in time, too, apparently! The June 1, 2001, issue of CQ Researcher is on the topic \”Libraries and the Internet\” and discusses both sides of this issue in the balanced, evenhanded way CQ is known for.

And, in a section called \”Are Computers the Answer . . . To Libraries Preservation Problems?\”, it touches on Nicholson Baker\’s favorite issue, that using technology to make information widely accessible now does not mean that it will be preserved for the future, though it also discusses librarians\’ criticisms of Baker. \”

They have a WebSite, but it ain\’t free.