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Thursday, September 05, 2002

In the August 19 issue of The Scientist, Mignon Fogarty and Christine Bahls survey a range of methods for coping with information overload. "Better search engines, free journal access, proprietary databases and E-mail alerts are all helping scientists get what they want. But some worry that they are not getting all they need." Fogarty and Bahls close with a short profile of BioMed Central. (Thanks to Shelflife.)