Library Link of the Day

July 2008

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  1. At Session on the Future of Libraries, a Sense of Urgency [Library Journal]
  2. The Oracle Collective [The New York Times]
  3. All a Twitter: Want to Try Microblogging? [School Library Journal]
  4. Google must divulge YouTube log [BBC News]
  5. Textbook Piracy Grows Online, Prompting a Counterattack From Publishers [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  6. ‘Brawl' time at the library [The Charlotte Observer]
  7. Good and Evil in the Garden of Digitization [redOrbit]
  8. ALA to Study the Impact of Gaming on Literacy [School Library Journal]
  9. Making punishment fit the crime [BBC News]
  10. Bad for newspapers, good for readers? [Los Angeles Times]
  11. Colorado book borrower must spend time in prison [Fox News]
  12. Man held over Shakespeare theft [BBC News]
  13. As Textbooks Go 'Custom,' Students Pay [The Wall Street Journal]
  14. Libraries booking young video gamers [The Arizona Daily Star]
  15. Could Google Monopolize Human Knowledge? [ABC News]
  16. From Awareness to Funding: A study of library support in America [OCLC]
  17. The Google Dilemma [James Grimmelmann]
  18. Overdue help for the other lending crisis [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
  19. Textbooks, free and illegal, online [The Boston Globe]
  20. The Disconnected [Library Journal]
  21. Library confrontation points up privacy dilemma [Yahoo! News]
  22. Digital Daze [Inside Higher Ed]
  23. Stoooopid .... why the Google generation isn’t as smart as it thinks [The Times]
  24. Libraries all over Canada thrive in Internet age [The Vancouver Sun]
  25. Google Knol Opens to Public [ABC News]
  26. BiblioCommons Emerges: “Revolutionary” Social Discovery System for Libraries [Library Journal]
  27. Library use expands beyond books [The Ithaca Journal]
  28. First It Was Song Downloads. Now It’s Organic Chemistry. [The New York Times]
  29. Literacy Debate: Online, R U Really Reading? [The New York Times]
  30. Librarians Harvest New Manga Titles At Comic-Con [All Things Considered]
  31. World's oldest Bible goes online [CNN]

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