Library Link of the Day

May 2004

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  1. 'Poop fiction' big hit with kids [CNN]
  2. Early Career Survival [Library Journal]
  3. The World According To Google [U.S. News & World Report]
  4. The publisher in the mirror [New York Newsday]
  5. Project Gutenberg Progresses [Information Today]
  6. Linux in action: A public library's success story [NewsForge]
  7. Could you be sued for turning over an Internet user's sign-up information to law enforcement? A cautionary tale for libraries and other Internet service providers [Law Library Resource Xchange]
  8. Students check out the Web instead of library [Star Tribune]
  9. Bridging cultures with books [The Japan Times]
  10. Hustler Magazine Challenge [David Burt]
  11. 'Fictitious' author publishes the first book without verbs [Telegraph]
  12. Catalog librarian Felicia Uhden [The Seattle Times]
  13. Library of Alexandria discovered [BBC News]
  14. Study Shows Big Drop in Book Sales [FOX News]
  15. Search engines take the stand [CNET News.com]
  16. On your marks, get set, search ... [The Guardian]
  17. Electronic Moves Center Stage [Library Journal]
  18. Is Boolean Dead? [EContent]
  19. Information middlemen are at risk in era of Web [International Herald Tribune]
  20. Pupils and librarians in pilot scheme [Stuff]
  21. Is there a role for traditional knowledge organization systems in the Digital Age? [E-LIS]
  22. The Alexandria Digital Library Project [D-Lib Magazine]
  23. Books For Soldiers [Storm Bear World]
  24. Library for all -- not just the homeless [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  25. Books get interactive makeover [BBC News]
  26. Librarians Are Not Search Engines [American Libraries]
  27. Be kind to your books -- and here's how [Alameda Times-Star]
  28. Damon shaves beard for charity [Major League Baseball]
  29. Libraries in search of a future [The Daily Star]
  30. Libraries offering parties, prizes to keep kids reading [The Oregonian]
  31. High school yearbooks going high-tech with video discs [The Kansas City Star]

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