Library Link of the Day

April 2009

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  1. Libraries Charge with Changes [The Dillon Herald]
  2. You’ve Read the Headlines. Now, Quick, Read the Book. [The New York Times]
  3. Goodbye, Encarta. A cautionary tale for newspapers? [The Christian Science Monitor]
  4. FBI called in over Wolverine leak [BBC News]
  5. Google book plan facing opposition [United Press International]
  6. Rutgers Board of Governors Approves Name Change Dropping Word "Library" [Library Journal]
  7. More authors turn to Web and print-on-demand publishing [CNN]
  8. Is This the Future of the Digital Book? [The New York Times]
  9. Google CEO advises newspapers to innovate [Los Angeles Times]
  10. Mixed Answers to "Is It OK for a Library To Lend a Kindle?" [Library Journal]
  11. New digital library to display world on a website [Guardian]
  12. The Curious Caper Of The Missing Sex Book [YourTango]
  13. The State of America's Libraries [American Library Association]
  14. In Defense of Open Access [The Eye]
  15. Google to publishers: We're not evil or illegal [CNet News]
  16. Longtime ALA Intellectual Freedom Leader Judith Krug Dies [Library Journal]
  17. Shocking truth behind Amazon's 'glitch' [MSNBC]
  18. Book returned after 145 years [The Christian Science Monitor]
  19. Checking out our favorite libraries and librarians [Entertainment Weekly]
  20. The Economic Stimulus Package: Updates on Broadband and Beyond [Library Journal]
  21. Chavez effect creates bestseller [BBC News]
  22. Court flunks high schoolers' appeal on plagiarism database [Ars Technica]
  23. The U.N.'s World Digital Library [Time]
  24. How the E-Book Will Change the Way We Read and Write [The Wall Street Journal]
  25. In Challenge to ILS Industry, OCLC Extends WorldCat Local To Launch New Library System [Library Journal]
  26. Internet Archive Latest to Object to Google Settlement [Publishers Weekly]
  27. Online Catalogs: What Users and Librarians Want [OCLC]
  28. Students Maced at UTC [Chattanooga Times Free Press]
  29. Revolutionary Espresso Book Machine launches in London [Guardian]
  30. Cheating Goes Global as Essay Mills Multiply [The Chronicle of Higher Education]

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