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Current Issue (Issue 152)

Thought of the Week:- "If you can't do as you wish, do as you can."
Friday FAQ:- http://www.rdpslides.com/friday/ Free (450 KB).

Friday is a flexible program that can set up a Frequently Asked Questions list and publish it to your web site. It automatically generates an entire web site from your questions and answers. One can easily maintain the FAQ and keep it up to date with the latest information. One can add new questions and answers in minutes and reorder, edit or delete existing questions. The features are -

Create one FAQ or many. There's no limit to the number of FAQs you can maintain with Friday.

Template files for your main FAQ page, answer pages and Full FAQ page. One change to the template files can change the look of your entire FAQ site.

You can put questions on Hold. Until you "release" them, Friday won't include them in your FAQ.

You can search your FAQ for the info you're looking for.

Special placeholders that work like the merge fields you're familiar with from your word processor. Automatically insert the date, time, next/previous links and many others into your templates.

User-customizable subheads and other special text.

New FAQ Wizard speeds up the process of creating a new FAQ.

A selection of templates you can choose from when you set up a new FAQ. Or at any later time.

Dozens of the ease-of-use features you've come to expect of Windows apps Shortcut keys, speedkeys, context sensitive right-click popup menus, etc.

The Editor where you edit your answers and templates is resizable. You can also set the font and size you'd like to use in the editor.

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Site of the Week:- http://www.liscareer.com/

This companion website to Priscilla Shontz’s book, Jump Start Your Career in Library & Information Science "offers career development resources for new librarians and information professionals, MLS students and those considering a library-related career. The site includes practical advice contributed by information professionals, links to online resources, and information about print resources. The site is loosely structured around the topics: career planning, job hunting, experience, education, interpersonal skills, networking, mentoring, leadership, and publishing.


That's all for this week. See you next week.

Madhuresh Singhal