In updating the MRC web site this am, I ran yet again into the frustrating
situation in which, for completely mysterious reasons, a distributor
changed the urls in its web catalog. The MRC web site links extensively to
vendor catalog descriptions for materials in our collection (I'm sure we're
not alone in this practice). When a distributor summarily decides to
recrank its web site or change urls, the whole house of cards topples
over. At very least, I entreat you to have your web person refer from old
urls to new. I know that California Newsreel and Women Make Movies have
been gracious enough to do this. I hope others will follow suit...
Media Resources Center
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