Library Link of the Day

August 2009

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  1. In the U. of Rochester's Library, Students Ceaselessly Redesign Their Study Space [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  2. City libraries shut out of broadband stimulus money? [Ars Technica]
  3. Serendipity, Lost in the Digital Deluge [The New York Times]
  4. Is academic plagiarism being hidden? [Guardian]
  5. Students Reach Settlement in Turnitin Suit [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  6. Louisville Libraries Hit By Flooding; Main Library Closed for Now [Library Journal]
  7. Online textbooks are gaining popularity, changing how students study [The Columbia Missourian]
  8. Is Google playing by the book? [The Christian Science Monitor]
  9. New Entry in E-Books Is a Paper Tiger [The New York Times]
  10. Oy Tenenbaum! RIAA wins $675,000, or $22,500 per song [Ars Technica]
  11. Jewish leaders support Hitler reprint [The Age]
  12. In a Digital Future, Textbooks Are History [The New York Times]
  13. Rule Britannica? [BBC News]
  14. Wikipedia approaches its limits [Guardian]
  15. Sony to support open ebook format [BBC News]
  16. Why Academic Libraries Matter [Library Journal]
  17. Textbook Publisher to Rent to College Students [The New York Times]
  18. Seeking [Slate]
  19. Self-Service to the People [Library Journal]
  20. Yale grovels to the extremists [The Calgary Herald]
  21. A Library’s Approach to Books That Offend [The New York Times]
  22. Tech giants unite against Google [BBC News]
  23. Ending the War on Sharing [Richard Stallman]
  24. Books: A plan to scan [The Financial Times]
  25. Europe Divided on Google Book Deal [The New York Times]
  26. Sony Plans A Kindle Rival With Wireless Downloads [NPR News]
  27. Labeling Library Archives Is a Game at Dartmouth College [The Wired Campus]
  28. Budget gap to shut down Seattle libraries for a week [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  29. Clive Thompson on the New Literacy [Wired]
  30. FG accuses publishers of ripping off parents [The Irish Times]
  31. Google Book Search? Try Google Library [CNET News]

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