RedLightGreen service ending

I just got this in my email …

Dear RedLightGreen user,

I am contacting you to let you know that on November 5th the RedLightGreen service will end. RLG, RedLightGreen’s parent not-for-profit company has combined forces with another organization that supports a similar service, WorldCat.org. We have decided to invest all of our efforts into developing and supporting a single
product rather than continuing to support two.

I just got this in my email …

Dear RedLightGreen user,

I am contacting you to let you know that on November 5th the RedLightGreen service will end. RLG, RedLightGreen’s parent not-for-profit company has combined forces with another organization that supports a similar service, WorldCat.org. We have decided to invest all of our efforts into developing and supporting a single
product rather than continuing to support two.

We’d like to encourage you to update your RedLightGreen bookmarks to point to WorldCat.org, and to try out this new service that will help you find books and other research resources provided by nearly 12,000 libraries worldwide. Like RedLightGreen, WorldCat.org will help you get access to research materials at your local library. WorldCat.org is easy to use, and supports many of the same features as RedLightGreen; the one service that WorldCat.org does not currently support is citation formatting, but we are working on implementing this feature in WorldCat.org in the near future.

If you saved citations in RedLightGreen, you can retrieve your citation list from RedLightGreen until November 4th by following these
steps:

– Connect to RedLightGreen Use the Sign In link (if you aren’t automatically signed in)
– Click the Your List link in the upper right
– You can then select the E-Mail link to send your citations to your e-mail account, or get a printer-friendly view to print or download

If you have questions or comments, use the Feedback link on any page in RedLightGreen to let us know.

We want to take this opportunity to thank you for using RedLightGreen. We wish you the best of luck in locating useful books and other research resources.

The RedLightGreen Team