Library Link of the Day

June 2006

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  1. Through hell, high water or Web filters [The Los Angeles Times]
  2. Adoring Listeners Give Struggling Readers a Boost [Connect for Kids]
  3. ProQuest: A Question of Financing [Information Today]
  4. Sent to the tower: the books too lowbrow for Cambridge [The Independent]
  5. There is no monument quite like a book [The Salt Lake Tribune]
  6. Public Science, Public Access [Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship]
  7. Powell's Books to stay in the family [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  8. Google clashes with UK publishers over digital libraries [ZDNet UK]
  9. Why Getting the User To Create Web Content Isn't Always Progress [The Wall Street Journal]
  10. Taking Public Scholarship Seriously [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  11. Reference Librarians use Electronic Sources Six Times More than Print Sources to Answer Patrons’ Questions [Evidence Based Library and Information Practice]
  12. Save the King Co. library system [The Seattle Times]
  13. In Web Era, Big Money Can't Buy an Exclusive [The New York Times]
  14. Gwinnett library board fires director [The Atlanta Journal-Constitution]
  15. Beyond Google: What Next for Publishing? [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  16. Rational sharing and its limits [First Monday]
  17. THE INJUSTICE COLLECTOR [The New Yorker]
  18. System Blocks Unwanted Video & Still Photography [Georgia Institute of Technology]
  19. Miami school board bans Cuba book [BBC News]
  20. Landmark Bookstore to Close in Berkeley [Morning Edition]
  21. Library Phone Answerers Survive the Internet [The New York Times]
  22. Smithsonian dumps electric car exhibit [MSNBC]
  23. Making “E” Visible [Library Journal]
  24. N.O. on its toes for library event [The Times-Picayune]
  25. New Jersey Director Blasted for Requiring Subpoenas [American Libraries]
  26. Border Issues Cause More Than Whispers at Libraries [The Los Angeles Times]
  27. Albright urges librarians to fight for freedoms [The Times-Picayune]
  28. Technical solutions: Wisdom of the crowds [Nature]
  29. Lost in a Sea of Science Data [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  30. LISWiki's First Birthday [LISNews]

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