Library Link of the Day

May 2003

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  1. History That Defied the Flames [The Washington Post]
  2. LIS Recruiting Does It Make the Grade? [Library Journal]
  3. A Reason To Smile: Free Comic Book Day [The Milwaukee Channel]
  4. Computers in Libraries 2003 [Information Today]
  5. Tales From the Crypt [Wired]
  6. National Digital Preservation Initiatives: An Overview of Developments in Australia, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom and of Related International Activity [Council on Library and Information Resources]
  7. Clay cuneiform tablets from ancient Mesopotamia to be placed online [University of California, Berkeley]
  8. Shoppers check it all out [Visalia Times-Delta]
  9. Internet replacing libraries as top source for research [The Central Florida Future]
  10. Researchers create flexible, paper-thin electronic screen [Star Tribune]
  11. Library and Information Week 2003 [The Australian Library and Information Association]
  12. YOU DOWN WITH OAKLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY? WEB SITE ATTRACTS BOOK DONORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD [pamie.com]
  13. What is a library anymore, anyway? [First Monday]
  14. The Evelyn Wood of Digitized Book Scanners [The New York Times]
  15. The New Scholarship of Comics [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  16. Keepers of the Crumbling Culture: What Digital Preservation Can Learn from Library History [D-Lib Magazine]
  17. Devlin Catalogs 'Librarian' for TNT [Reuters]
  18. Why do books cost so much? [Salon]
  19. Copy Protection Is a Crime [Wired]
  20. GREAT MOMENTS IN THE HISTORY OF TECHNICAL SERVICES [Wendy Lewis and Manuel Urrizola]
  21. About as Big as the Web [ongoing]
  22. Sample of Search Warrant Procedures for Libraries [Law Library Resource Xchange]
  23. 2003 Librarian Awards [The New York Times]
  24. Taking the shutterbug out of the picture [CNET News.com]
  25. Extinction fear for languages [CNN]
  26. Veterans History Project [The Library of Congress]
  27. Battle lines drawn over location of new library [The Smoky Mountain News]
  28. Unique book goes on display [BBC News]
  29. Central Asia: Libraries In A Difficult Bind Following Soviet Collapse [Radio Free Europe]
  30. Factory workers made $1.4 million in insider-trading scheme, SEC says [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
  31. 'Buffy' Star Likes Being Called 'Giles' [First Coast News]

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