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Open Stacks podcast about FGI

Greg over at Open Stacks now has a podcast feed. And guess what? He has some nice things to say about FGI and especially our article, “Government Information in the Digital Age: The Once and Future Federal Depository Library Program” in podcast 10 — although he calls the 3 of us here at UC San Diego “professors” when in truth, we’re “librarians” 😉 . Thanks for the props Greg!

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  1. D’oh! I have no idea where I got it into my head to call y’all professors. Your paper was just so gosh darned scholarly! Well, if that was the worst mischaracterization I made in discussing your paper, I can live with it. Thanks for the mention and linkage.

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