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12 September 2006



I agree --- and would add that the best information cannot be found on-line but via the Reference Librarian.

The reason being that you can search online based upon keyword, but not topic/subject. The RL knows where all those nooks 'n' cranies that you can't get to with keywords, but they still hold the correct information.

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