Library Link of the Day

July 2006

<< June 2006 | August 2006 >>

  1. UIW to reinstate library's subscription to the New York Times [The Express-News]
  2. U.S. Ends a Yearlong Effort to Obtain Library Records Amid Secrecy in Connecticut [The New York Times]
  3. New libraries all abuzz, with noise [San Mateo County Times]
  4. Virtual Reference in the Age of Pop-Up Blockers, Firewalls, and Service Pack 2 [Online]
  5. Love it or lose it [BBC News]
  6. Publishers unite against Google [The Guardian]
  7. Rev up kids' interest in reading [The Wichita Eagle]
  8. Google Makes Dictionary Appearance [NewsFactor]
  9. DVD Debate: Fiscal Prudence or Censorship? [Leesburg Today]
  10. Anne Frank diary burning sparks outrage in Germany [ABC News]
  11. Google to Put a Research Center in Michigan [The New York Times]
  12. A "Next generation" library catalog [Eric Lease Morgan]
  13. CleanFlicks stores plan for the worst [The Salt Lake Tribune]
  14. Textbook Costs Stir Concern [MSNBC]
  15. Virtual schools offer diploma programs [The Washington Times]
  16. Thinking About Linking [Library Journal]
  17. New Model for Scholarly Publishing [Inside Higher Ed]
  18. Breaking paper's stranglehold on the academy [Ars Technica]
  19. OCLC to Open WorldCat Searching to the World [Information Today]
  20. Shakespeare First Folio sells for 2.8m [Telegraph]
  21. Real books, made on the Web [International Herald Tribune]
  22. Libraries adapt to attract new generation [The Times-News]
  23. Universities for Sale [The Los Angeles Times]
  24. School says goodbye to books [The Guardian]
  25. Book 2.0 [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  26. KNOW IT ALL [The New Yorker]
  27. A Service Framework for Libraries [D-Lib Magazine]
  28. Endlesse Searche [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  29. DOPA Passes House by Wide Margin; ALA Dismayed [Library Journal]
  30. Chamber Plots [The New York Times]
  31. Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0 and Its Implications for Libraries [Webology]

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