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Social networking and other Web 2.0 technologies led the social whirl of the information industry. Publishers and librarians tried to keep their products and services relevant by mixing authoritative content with user involvement, but that wasn't enough. Enhancing interfaces, adding new forms of content, and making strategic acquisitions--all are necessary to ensure that the information industry party continues.
Tenopir, Carol; Baker, Gayle; and Grogg, Jill E., "Information with a twist: vendors keep the party going with Web 2.0" (2008). School of Information Sciences -- Faculty Publications and Other Works.