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Wednesday, 01/19/05

After an abortive and mostly unheralded effort in early January, the Seattle public library regrouped and will be upgrading its creaky old catalog software in February. The current software, to the degree as I interact with it on the web, is unpleasant -- all the internal links are javascript-generated, so they resist being placed in tabs and fight with lots of my well-ingrained web habits. Also, very slow. The new software promises to be faster, more accessible, and to even offer RSS feeds for queries, holds, or account status. Neat. 05:24PM «


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