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  1. Daily SearchCast, March 10, 2006: Google Buys Writely Browser Word Processor; The Richest People In Search; Search Engines Are Bad For Your Wedding Gift Registry & More!

    Searching for Library Books with RedLightGreen Tune-in by listening to this MP3 file, listening via WebmasterRadio at 11:30am Eastern and repeated at 2pm Eastern Tuesday through Friday, via our Odeo channel or through iTunes via this link (or...

  2. Checking Out Books in Libraries

    The oddly-named RedLightGreen taps into thousands of these catalogs, allowing you to find books on any imaginable subject, and then do very interesting things with your search results. Gary Price offers a rundown of this alternative to Google...

  3. On Library Card Catalogs, OPACs, The Perfect Search & Teaching Searchers

    Services like RedLightGreen allow you the chance to search hundreds of library catalog databases simultaneously and then allow you to customize for your local library's holdings. Heck, RedLightGreen will even format your bibliography for you.

  4. Newsweek Talks Tagging

    You can see and use subject headings and other parts of a catalog entry to refine your search when you use RedLightGreen, a database of over 120 million books. If you need an overview as to what some of the issues about tagging, take a look at this...