On Thu, May 26, 2022 at 1:09 PM Henry Mensch <henry(a)henare.com> wrote:
Unsure of your location, but it is likely that you can
get your local
public (!) library to “ILL” (interlibrary loan) items … including journal
items … for you. It’s not instant access, but if you’re retired then this
may be good enough.
*>* even though I'm a long-time ACM (and IEEE) member.
If you’re a **current** member of these societies then you should have
good access to journal content.
I believe this is true for ACM, but for IEEE not so much. You have to pay
for a digital library membership _in addition to_ your standard membership.
It's very annoying; IEEE is the one that really grinds my gears generally.
single item that I am the proudest of when I was USENIX
President was opening
access to its entire library to everyone - members or
I have used this in the past, so thank you for being way ahead of your
+1. You have to ask for some of the older stuff explicitly (it hasn't been
scanned yet or similar) but it's nice to be able to get access to USENIX
- Dan C.