Library Link of the Day

July 2009

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  1. Working the Social: Twitter and FriendFeed [Library Journal]
  2. The library that never closes [Guardian]
  3. OCLC Formally Withdraws WorldCat Policy [Library Journal]
  4. Library trucks bear literary ads [The Kansas City Star]
  5. Building better world a book at a time [CNN]
  6. Groups Sue Ariz State, Say Kindle Use Hurts Blind Students [The Wall Street Journal]
  7. Is Google Hurting Book Publishers? [CNBC]
  8. Pirate Bay Sale Signals the Death of an Era [PC World]
  9. Local book donations down this year [The SnoValley Star]
  10. We Rent Movies, So Why Not Textbooks? [The New York Times]
  11. Global Effort Puts Oldest Known Bible Online [All Things Considered]
  12. Libraries thinking outside the book [The Denver Post]
  13. Science moves from the stacks to the Web; print too pricey [Ars Technica]
  14. Chrome OS proves Google can hype, but can it win? [CNET]
  15. Librarians Go Wild For Gold Book Cart [All Things Considered]
  16. Get Smarter [The Atlantic Monthly]
  17. Financial Times editor says most news websites will charge within a year [Guardian]
  18. The history and future of Chrome OS [ZDNet]
  19. David Wiley: Digital Textbooks Call for New Business Models [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  20. Restore the noble purpose of libraries [The Christian Science Monitor]
  21. Lost in the Cloud [The New York Times]
  22. Finally, Barnes & Noble returns to e-books [CNET]
  23. Amazon deal to reprint rare books [BBC News]
  24. Comics, Movies and a New Publishing Deal for Bone at the San Diego Comic-Con [Publishers Weekly]
  25. Google Books causes concern [The Boston Globe]
  26. Library fight riles up city, leads to book-burning demand [CNN]
  27. ALA Conference 2009: Panel Focuses on Creating "Zones with Heart" [Library Journal]
  28. Mourning the Death of Handwriting [Time]
  29. A New Page [The New Yorker]
  30. Nailed 'Em [The Colbert Report]
  31. Is there a margin muse in your library book? [Guardian]

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