Library Link of the Day

March 2010

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  1. Larger Threat Is Seen in Google Case [The New York Times]
  2. Libraries dealing with homeless try new approaches; San Francisco hires a social worker [Los Angeles Times]
  3. University library sees demand for Kindles soar [eCampus News]
  4. 'Future library' goes on display in Abu Dhabi [The National]
  5. Magazines Team Up to Tout 'Power of Print' [The Wall Street Journal]
  6. A closer look at Apple's iPad and iBooks [The Baltimore Sun]
  7. Library of humans [Macleans]
  8. Universities protest against government wi-fi plans [BBC News]
  9. The Jobs Of Yesteryear: Obsolete Occupations [NPR]
  10. Is the internet making us stupid? [TechRadar]
  11. E-textbooks: The New Best-sellers [Knowledge]
  12. Pondering Good Faith in Publishing [The New York Times]
  13. Behavior Changes Linked to March Madness [Duke University]
  14. No Ink, No Paper: What's The Value Of An E-Book? [Morning Edition]
  15. Texas Conservatives Seek Deeper Stamp on Texts [The New York Times]
  16. Data, data everywhere [The Economist]
  17. Baldacci Hopes Enhanced E-Book Will Put Focus on Content, Not Price [Publishers Weekly]
  18. How today’s college students use Wikipedia for course-related research [First Monday]
  19. Try to Remember to Forget [Urbanite]
  20. Amazon Threatens Publishers as Apple Looms [The New York Times]
  21. Thriller writer John Grisham ends holdout on e-books [The Washington Post]
  22. Book returned to South Yorkshire library 45 years on [BBC News]
  23. Texts Without Context [The New York Times]
  24. Google, China showdown marks a turning point for the West, Beijing [The Washington Post]
  25. Decision on Google library likely to change publishing indelibly [The Seattle Times]
  26. In New Serial Thriller, Everyone's Hands Are Bloody [All Things Considered]
  27. The 2010 Census: Will your answers stay private? [The Christian Science Monitor]
  28. How we'll get a gigabit to US hospitals, libraries, colleges [Ars Technica]
  29. Cappuccinos in your local library? It's all just froth [Telegraph]
  30. Odd title prize for crochet book [BBC News]
  31. In post-Google China, censorship is unfazed [CNET News]

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