Library Link of the Day

December 2010

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  1. 'Test banks' at center of University of Central Florida's cheating scandal [The Palm Beach Post]
  2. Google Set to Launch E-Book Venture [The Wall Street Journal]
  3. Film Format Pandemonium [Library Journal]
  4. University of Illinois Library School Resists Pressure To Merge [Library Journal]
  5. Librarians Forever! [Computers in Libraries]
  6. Over 3000 village libraries closed for want of funds [The Times of India]
  7. Google Launches Online Bookstore, Challenging Amazon [Wired]
  8. The Library: Three Jeremiads [The New York Review of Books]
  9. Translation as Literary Ambassador [The New York Times]
  10. Overdue Books Land Texas Woman In Jail [WSAV]
  11. Reports: Slain bookseller Sherry Black unknowingly bought stolen items from gang member with history of threats [Desert News]
  12. At the Brooklyn Central Library, Noise is Golden [Patch]
  13. Recession gives N.J. libraries new mission [The Star-Ledger]
  14. Books on gay issues vandalized at Harvard [USA Today]
  15. Damaged LGBT Books in Lamont Not Result of Hate Crime, Dean Says [The Harvard Crimson]
  16. Ten Stories That Shaped 2010 [LISNews]
  17. The future of books is a real page-turner [The Sydney Morning Herald]
  18. Kids' Books Make The Leap Off The Page And Online [Morning Edition]
  19. The future of books is a real page-turner [The Sydney Morning Herald]
  20. ‘Silent’ rave draws hundreds after Facebook explosion [The Norman Transcript]
  21. Amazon's latest Kindle deletion: erotic, incest-themed fiction [Ars Technica]
  22. Research intelligence - Rip it up and start again [Times Higher Education]
  23. Qur'an etched in Saddam Hussein's blood poses dilemma for Iraq leaders [The Guardian]
  24. Picture Books No Longer a Staple for Children [The New York Times]
  25. 7 Major Ways We're Digitizing Our World, And 3 Reasons We Still Want Hardcopies [TreeHugger]
  26. Libraries adjust to life in the digital world [Charleston City Paper]
  27. iPad boosts appeal of digital comics [CNN]
  28. Gallery: Digitizing the past and present at the Library of Congress [Boing Boing]
  29. E-books in a Correctional Setting: a niche market [Corrections.com]
  30. Library of the future: Despite Digital Age, expanded facility still likely to be utilized [LJWorld.com]
  31. What ‘Fact-Checking’ Means Online [The New York Times]

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