Library Link of the Day

January 2007

<< December 2006 | February 2007 >>

  1. SirsiDynix Acquired by Private Equity Firm; Service To Remain Same, but Will Costs Rise? [Library Journal]
  2. Graying of US academia stirs debate [The Boston Globe]
  3. Lock the Library! Rowdy Students Are Taking Over [The New York Times]
  4. Hello, Grisham - So Long, Hemingway? [The Washington Post]
  5. First Muslim Elected to Congress Will Use Koran Owned by Thomas Jefferson During Swearing-In [FOX News]
  6. The Changing Role Of Library Science [CareerJournal]
  7. Overview: Nature's peer review trial [Nature]
  8. How Web 2.0 is changing medicine [BMJ]
  9. Librarians help police book 'em [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
  10. City libraries adapting to crush of children's after-school visits [The Capital Times]
  11. Google book search adds five Catalonian libraries [Yahoo! News]
  12. S.M.U. Faculty Complains About Bush Library [The New York Times]
  13. ACLU to fight library ban [The Times-Picayune]
  14. Building a Library Web Site on the Pillars of Web 2.0 [Computers in Libraries]
  15. Farmers lack access to books [China Daily]
  16. Substitute teacher convicted in school computer porn case [The Boston Globe]
  17. Resource Description and Access (RDA): Cataloging Rules for the 20th Century [D-Lib Magazine]
  18. Web Sites Challenge the Textbook Goliaths [BusinessWeek]
  19. Library Director Quits, Cites Wi-Fi Dangers [Library Journal]
  20. Becoming A Wiki Warrior [LLRC.com]
  21. More on What is Going on at the Library of Congress [AFSCME, Local 2910]
  22. Could this be the final chapter in the life of the book [The Times]
  23. Unabomber Wages Legal Battle to Halt the Sale of Papers [The New York Times]
  24. The library of Google [Prospect Magazine]
  25. Libraries struggle with child overload [The Monitor]
  26. Re: Book written in txt msg [CNN]
  27. School of thought: Why aren't e-textbooks selling? [The Miami Herald]
  28. Today's leaders juggle e-mails, blogs and integrity [CNN]
  29. Bibliomania - books as therapy [DailyBulletin.com]
  30. Wikipedia payment: Why the big deal? [The Capital Times]
  31. Where's the Point? [Yes To Know]

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