Library Link of the Day

August 2006

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  1. Calling Melvil Dewey [Inside Higher Ed]
  2. Best titles ever! [Free Government Information]
  3. Frederick G. Kilgour, Innovative Librarian, Dies at 92 [The New York Times]
  4. The 17th Century Information Revolution [OhmyNews]
  5. No Cookies in the Library [Sesame Street]
  6. Why Publishing Should Send Fruit-Baskets to Google [Boing Boing]
  7. Redefining a Profession [Law Library Journal]
  8. The Myth about the Digital Divide [EDUCAUSE Review]
  9. Berners-Lee on the read/write web [BBC News]
  10. Lits out [The Australian]
  11. The Shorts List [Slate]
  12. The Public Library Helper [Edward J. Elsner]
  13. A captive readership [The Citizen]
  14. Tales from the Public Domain [Duke University]
  15. Opening Access by Overcoming Zeno's Paralysis [Open Access]
  16. Scholarly Communication in Transition: Evidence for the Rise of a Two-Tier System [9th ICCC International Conference on Electronic Publishing]
  17. Legislators, students bemoan costly college textbooks [The Boston Globe]
  18. The YouTube Devolution [The New York Observer]
  19. Critics Say Library Case 'Overcensored' [The Guardian]
  20. Librarians: We're Not What You Think [AT TEN]
  21. U. of California System's 100 Libraries Join Google's Controversial Book-Scanning Project [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  22. New idea to cut textbook costs sell ads [MSNBC]
  23. Virgin tries text cure for in-flight boredom [CNET News.com]
  24. Beloit College Mindset List [Beloit College]
  25. Miami Schools Try to Ban Cuba Book [Morning Edition]
  26. EU states urged to contribute to European digital library [Xinhua News Agency]
  27. The Ministry of Truth Strikes Again, and Again, and Again... [The Huffington Post]
  28. The Books Google Could Open [The Washington Post]
  29. Librarians at the Gates [The Nation]
  30. Razing The Tower Of e-Babel [Publishers Weekly]
  31. Google: These books are free [CNET News.com]

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