Library Link of the Day

December 2008

<< November 2008 | January 2009 >>

  1. Libraries feeling pinch of slumping economy [The Mercury]
  2. A walk on the Web is good for the brain [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  3. Learning by heart is 'pointless for Google generation' [Telegraph]
  4. In Philadelphia, Mayor Faces Criticism Over Library Closings [Library Journal]
  5. Librarian Lays Down the Law [Party Girl]
  6. Google and the libraries [International Herald Tribune]
  7. RDR Drops Rowling Appeal; Has New Book [Publishers Weekly]
  8. That Digital Divide, Bridged in a Classroom [The New York Times]
  9. Fought Over Any Good Books Lately? [The New York Times]
  10. Page through old magazines on Google Book Search [Ars Technica]
  11. Librarianís tip leads to sex assault charges against RI man [Boston Herlad]
  12. Libraries offer free relief from tough times [NBC Nightly News]
  13. Thief messes with wrong librarian [The Ann Arbor News]
  14. Company Buys Back Bush Library Domain Name [Morning Edition]
  15. Librarians helped settle the West [The Telegraph Herald]
  16. Philadelphia Closing 11 Branches [Library Journal]
  17. Peering through PC screens for a look at the Web's future [The Baltimore Sun]
  18. Google Deal or Rip-Off? [Library Journal]
  19. Gates Foundation donates to health, connectivity [CNET News]
  20. Libraries Offer Plenty For Storms To Stew Over [MSNBC]
  21. Empty Shelves, Filled With Imagination [The New York Times]
  22. We Love Open Source Software. No, You Canít Have Our Code [The Code4Lib Journal]
  23. End of the book? [The Los Angeles Times]
  24. Football Yes, Libraries No [San Diego Reader]
  25. Turning Page, E-Books Start to Take Hold [The New York Times]
  26. Libraries picking up business in bad economy [MSNBC]
  27. Print news is fading, but the content lives on [CNET News]
  28. George W Bushís $300m library in danger of becoming white elephant [The Sunday Times]
  29. Library on wheels brings joy in Vietnam [The Boston Globe]
  30. Proposed Rules Would Ban Sleeping in Library [The Washington Post]
  31. Ten Stories That Shaped 2008 [LISNews]

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