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Wednesday, 24th November 2004

IM the Librarians' Index to the Internet

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IM the Librarians' Index to the Internet
No doubt about it, the Librarians' Index to the Internet is one of several shining excellent examples of the great work info pros are doing to help organize the web. Earlier today, the LII's Director (and ResourceShelf friend) Karen Schneider, alerted us to a new service that this non-commercial web directory is making available.
Have a question about the LII and how it's put together?
Want to suggest a resource?
Do you need help searching the LII?
It's now possible to have an interactive chat with an LII staff member using either AOL Instant Messenger or Yahoo Messenger.
To chat with the LII via either instant messenging program, simply send a message to: im4ii
Note: The service is in beta as of today, so it might be a bit irregular in terms of accessibility.

Of course, if you're pressed for time or don't want to do use IM, you can still email the LII team at: feedback@lii.org. Karen tells us that she constantly receives great input for LII folks.




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