Library Link of the Day

July 2011

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  1. Public libraries fight to stay relevant in digital age [The Christian Science Monitor]
  2. Assessing Innovation in Corporate and Government Libraries [Computers in Libraries]
  3. Johann Hari: How to survive the age of distraction [The Independent]
  4. Google’s Six-Front War [TechCrunch]
  5. Spoilers flood the Internet after 'Dance with Dragons' ships early [CNN]
  6. The Paperless Cockpit [The New York Times]
  7. Detroit Public Library Defends Stewardship of Valuable Collection of Baseball Memorabilia [Library Journal]
  8. Harry Potter and the website of secrets [The Vancouver Sun]
  9. The decline of the pseudonym [Salon]
  10. Rockford Public Library expanding e-book role as demand rises [Rockford Register Star]
  11. Google+: And You Thought Facebook Is a Privacy Nightmare [MSNBC]
  12. Is a Bookless Library Still a Library? [Time]
  13. Netflix's vanished Sony films are an ominous sign [CNN]
  14. Women And Children First: Technology And Moral Panic [The Wall Street Journal]
  15. Libraries and the Future of Electronic Content Delivery [American Libraries]
  16. Whatever happened to the "paperless office"? [The Straight Dope]
  17. Rebecca MacKinnon: Let's take back the Internet! [TEDGlobal]
  18. Finding the Future: Inside NYPL's All-Night Scavenger Hunt [Library Journal]
  19. Amazon Goes Back to School [The Motley Fool]
  20. Libraries Abandon Expensive 'Big Deal' Subscription Packages to Multiple Journals [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  21. Former Reddit co-owner arrested for excessive JSTOR downloads [Ars Technica]
  22. Why Borders Failed While Barnes & Noble Survived [All Things Considered]
  23. Going, Going, And Gone?: No, The Oxford Comma Is Safe ... For Now [NPR]
  24. Harry Potter partners with Google, snubs Apple and PayPal [Los Angeles Times]
  25. When Patents Attack! [This American Life]
  26. NY Public Library to Forgive Kids' Overdue Fines [NBC News]
  27. Oxford University wants help decoding Egyptian papyri [BBC News]
  28. Books and Other Fetish Objects [The New York Times]
  29. Print Books: Should They Stay or Should They Go? [The New York Times]
  30. How to Offer More than a Movie [American Libraries]
  31. Post office closures could leave many customers without a stamping ground [Los Angeles Times]

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