Library Link of the Day

July 2003

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  1. Order of the Phoenix Debut Smashes Records [Publishers Weekly]
  2. Change in store? [Library + Information Update]
  3. The Right Solution: Federated Search Tools [Library Journal]
  4. When a Book Cover Speaks Volumes [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  5. You Don't Look Like a Librarian! [Ruth A. Kneale]
  6. Libraries urged to carry more comic books [National Post]
  7. The Changing Role of Libraries in Instructional Support [Information Technology and Libraries]
  8. Librarians Make a Difference Contest [Blue Jean Online]
  9. Personas: Setting the Stage for Building Usable Information Sites [Online]
  10. Library Cats Map [Iron Frog]
  11. Toymaker finds librarian who's a real doll [The Seattle Times]
  12. Learning in the Information Age School: Opportunities, Outcomes and Options [International Association of School Librarianship]
  13. Revolution or Evolution for Law Libraries? [The National Law Journal]
  14. Too Sexy for This Store [Slate]
  15. Behind a Hacker's Book, a Primer on Copyright Law [The New York Times]
  16. A Day in the Life: Dealing with Digital [Library Journal]
  17. 238 NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES RECEIVE FEDERAL GRANTS TO IMPROVE LIBRARY SERVICES AND COLLECTIONS [Institute of Museum and Library Services]
  18. How much job risk is reasonable? [The Globe and Mail]
  19. Homeless cool off at libraries [The News & Observer]
  20. Nothing Random [The New York Times Magazine]
  21. Careful: The FB-eye may be watching [Creative Loafing]
  22. Amazon plans a searchable online archive [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  23. Dressing the part... [OLA Quarterly]
  24. Culturing a Pearl [EduCause in Australasia]
  25. Texas Puts Gutenberg Bible on Internet [USA Today]
  26. UGA library fire ruled an arson [Savannah Morning News]
  27. FCC Sets Compliance Deadline for CIPA [InternetNews]
  28. Libraries, Books, and Academic Freedom [Academe]
  29. The electronic genie [The Toronto Star]
  30. How I Learned to Love FAIR USE... [Stanford Copyright & Fair Use]
  31. The Bookmobile Sputters to the Curb [The New York Times]

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