If you need to archive and retrieve images, consider Nikon
ImageAccess ($495) and Nexis Photoview ($4,995). The latter,
from the Lewiston (Idaho) Tribune, is suitable for newspapers.
There's a review in Boardwatch Magazine, 10/93, pp. 53-56.
[David Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org), CARR-L, 11/6/93.] Another
approach is AT&T's RightPages product, the basis of the "Red Sage"
project at UC San Francisco. Imperfect OCR is filtered for
keywords so that users can be alerted to page images they should
retrieve. See Melia Hoffman's article in the 9/91 JASIS,
pp. 446-452. [Ellen L. Sleeter (email@example.com), VPIEJ-L,
Mead Data Central has announced Freestyle, a "natural
language" front end to LEXIS/NEXIS. Instead of Boolean commands,
words from query sentences are used for statistical document
retrieval. [AP. Fu-Qiu Zhou (firstname.lastname@example.org), AIL-L,