Library Link of the Day

August 2010

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  1. So-Called "Digital Natives" Not Media Savvy, New Study Shows [ReadWriteWeb]
  2. $200 Textbook vs. Free. You Do the Math. [The New York Times]
  3. Plagiarism Lines Blur for Students in Digital Age [The New York Times]
  4. 9 Of The Worst Library Books (PHOTOS) [The Huffington Post]
  5. Libraries branch out into job-hunting centers [San Francisco Chronicle]
  6. Google and Verizon Near Deal on Web Pay Tiers [The New York Times]
  7. Net neutrality is foremost free speech issue of our time [CNN]
  8. Stop Moaning About "NET NEUTRALITY" -- Of Course ISPs Should Be Able To Charge Higher Rates For Premium Traffic [San Francisco Chronicle]
  9. Farewell, Libraries? [Newsweek]
  10. How Google Counted The World’s 129 Million Books [Wired]
  11. Turning the page [The Australian]
  12. The Earl of Kent, Or How to Bother [Thomas R. Bruce]
  13. The Purpose of Copyright [Open Spaces]
  14. News Corp. plans national newspaper for tablet computers and cellphones [Los Angeles Times]
  15. Guardians of the nation's attic [Los Angeles Times]
  16. Camden, NJ Libraries Get Lifeline [NPR]
  17. Theater Talkback: Who Owns Sheet Music? [The New York Times]
  18. If It’s On The Internet, It Must Be True [TechCrunch]
  19. High-Tech Cheating Abounds, and Professors Bear Some Blame [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  20. When Crisis Calls [American Libraries]
  21. How the internet is changing language [BBC News]
  22. Books Have Many Futures [NPR]
  23. The Latest Public Library Loan? Electricity Meters [Library Journal]
  24. Second library removes gay book [Courier-Post]
  25. Scholars Test Web Alternative to Peer Review [The New York Times]
  26. New Research Suggest Google Book Search Helps Publishers A Lot More Than It Hurts [Techdirt]
  27. For a fee, digital dirt can be buried [The Boston Globe]
  28. Egg on Its Interface [Inside Higher Ed]
  29. As the reborn Kindle proves, looks don't count for everything [Guardian]
  30. Internet may phase out printed Oxford Dictionary [Yahoo! News]
  31. Libraries must remain free and open to all [The Blade]

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