Library Link of the Day

January 2009

<< December 2008 | February 2009 >>

  1. Judge halts closure of 11 Philadelphia libraries [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
  2. Overdue Books Could Lead To Library's Demise [MSNBC]
  3. County shelves jail librarians [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  4. Who The Hell Writes Wikipedia, Anyway? [Silicon Alley Insider]
  5. Google Hopes to Open a Trove of Little-Seen Books [The New York Times]
  6. A library of human imagination [Technology Entertainment Design]
  7. Philadelphia Libraries Remain Open, But Staff Cuts Mean Fewer Days [Library Journal]
  8. Always on: Libraries in a world of permanent connectivity [First Monday]
  9. Best Careers 2009: Librarian [US News and World Report]
  10. Donkeys boost Ethiopian literacy [BBC News]
  11. Project Gutenberg, Me, and You [Searcher]
  12. Computer-esque books to lure boys [BBC News]
  13. Libraries vs. IT Departments [Tech Therapy]
  14. Congress bans kids from libraries? [The Phoenix]
  15. Toward an All E-Textbook Campus [Inside Higher Ed]
  16. Fiction Reading Increases for Adults [The New York Times]
  17. How Google Is Making Us Smarter [Discover]
  18. Under Obama, feds may still snoop library files [San Francisco Chronicle]
  19. Bush's Post-Presidency to Include More Than a Library [The Washington Post]
  20. YouTube Hits The Mute Button as Royalty Fight With Warner Bros. Continues [Rolling Stone]
  21. Libraries sow urban peace in Colombia [Comunidade Segura]
  22. Superhero power ebbs [Los Angeles Times]
  23. The thief who stole pages from history [BBC News]
  24. Libraries' many benefits rediscovered in hard economic times [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
  25. Books Unbound [Time]
  26. See the Web Site, Buy the Book [The New York Times]
  27. Libraries big draw for job seekers [Detroit Free Press]
  28. OCLC Defends Records Policy, Faces Questions, Suggestions, and Criticisms [Library Journal]
  29. Wikipedia considers limiting user edits [CNET News]
  30. One for the books: Baby born at Denver library [The Denver Post]
  31. Berkeley library given waiver to sign 3M deal [San Francisco Chronicle]

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