Re: Standard and Poor's Corporation Records Aline Soules 07 Feb 2008 19:16 UTC

The information should be in Lexis/Nexis, if you have access to that.  aline

Aline Soules
Cal State East Bay

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Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 8:59 AM
Subject: [SERIALST] Standard and Poor's Corporation Records

How are others dealing with this change in format from S&P from print to
email only for their Corporation Records.
I must continue to register extreme dismay and an ecologically-based
protest about the recent move by S&P to email the corporation records,
daily, biweekly, etc. We have not printed out on one side (as we do not
have double-side capability) one inch of documents, compared to the
previously received thin paper/front/back publications. This is a huge
waste of space and time.
I hope that the S&P staff will reconsider or consider an IP-based
access. This email think is absurd.
Because S&P bundles packages and pricing for libraries, to pull out one
title, does not achieve measurable cost-savings either.

I'd appreciate others commiserating, providing alternate possibilities,
or assuring me I'm not off-base in this assessment.
Connie Foster

Connie Foster, Professor and Head, Dept. of Library Technical Services
Western Kentucky University Libraries
Editor, Serials Review
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