Tag Archives: Mary Ellen Bates


So, as if the Internet couldn’t be any more addictive for us info junkies…check this out:


Mary Ellen Bates just recommended it in the recent release of her newsletter, which I recommend to everyone…see previous post.

Love, love, love SearchMe. It’s info-crack.

Mary Ellen Bates InfoTip

A really handy little newsletter I get is Mary Ellen Bates’ InfoTip.  You can sign up for it at http://www.batesinfo.com/

She is a successful business researcher and about once every six weeks or so, she sends out a tip about research trends or neat tools.  It’s written in plain English, which is nice, and it gives you a glimpse into 2.0 that is applicable to library professionals trying to work more effectively…not just 2.0 as a way to increase library usage.