Cites & Insights: Crawford at Large (ISSN 1534-0937) is an ejournal of libraries, policy, technology and media, written and produced by Walt Crawford.
This bound version of Volume 7 includes all... More > 13 issues and the volume index--but also the ephemeral Cites on a Plane, the phantom edition--38 pages, mostly reprints but including the special "Library 2.0 for People with Short Attention Spans," MSWord's autogenerated 10% summary of one full issue and one half-issue essay from Volume 6. (Cites on a Plane is not indexed, and is not available except in this print edition.)< Less
Cites & Insights Volume 10 (2010) includes all twelve issues of the ejournal, plus an index and overall table of contents. Highlights of the volume include the text of But Still They Blog, the... More > first installments of The Zeitgeist, and a range of perspectives on libraries, policy, technology and media.< Less
All twelve issues of Cites & Insights Volume 8 in one convenient paperback--with a wraparound color cover (taken in Scotland). Differs from individual issues only in that photos are converted to... More > grayscale.
The price has been set based on the supposition that what few copies are sold are specifically to supporters of C&I and C&I Books.< Less
Volume 12 of Cites & Insights, calendar year 2012, includes 12 issues. Features include an investigation of public library closures (or, rather, non-closures), a two-part essay on fair use, a... More > three-year roundup on the failed Google Book settlement, a two-parter on blogging, and sections related to Give Us a Dollar and We'll Give You Back Four (2012-13), a study of public library benefits.< Less
Pro Se Cites & Authorities is a quick reference book documenting case law for subjects ranging from Affidavits to Jurisdiction to Sovereign Immunity to Taxes, Etc. It contains over 500 cites and... More > authorities. An excellent educational resourse for Pro Se litigants as well as attorneys. For other books by Ernest Solivan go to www.hk-relax.com.< Less
Cites & Insights 13 (2013) includes all 12 issues of the ejournal, plus a table of contents and 14 pages of indices. Major features this year include extensive coverage of open access, surprising... More > facts about changes in academic library circulation, the death of books (or not) and the relationship of ebooks and print books, the mythical average public library, social networks, public library benefits and budgets, and the ebook marketplace.< Less
Pro Se Cites & Authorities is a quick reference book documenting case law for subjects ranging from Affidavits to Jurisdiction to Sovereign Immunity to Taxes, Etc. It contains over 500 cites and... More > authorities. An excellent resourse for Pro Se litigants as well as attorneys.< Less
Cites & Insights 9: 2009 includes all 13 issues of the ejournal--the largest volume to date. The paperback includes a contents list with the articles in each issue. Special features in this... More > volume include the heart of three books, issue-length essays on the Google Books settlement and library access to scholarship and an updated discursive glossary.< Less