Library Link of the Day

December 2011

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  1. The Koha Saga: A gift that keeps giving [The H Open Source]
  2. How Libraries Are About More Than Books [The Huffington Post]
  3. Cambridge U. Press Would Like to Rent You an Article [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  4. Upheaval at the New York Public Library [The Nation]
  5. European E-Book Sales Hampered by Tax Structure [The New York Times]
  6. Selling Books by Their Gilded Covers [The New York Times]
  7. Who, What, Why: How do you reassemble shredded documents? [BBC News]
  8. Kodak's long fade to black [Los Angeles Times]
  9. How to Help the Post Office [The New York Times]
  10. Justice Department confirms investigation of e-book industry [Los Angeles Times]
  11. Warner Brothers to delay release of popular DVD movies to libraries [Cleveland Live]
  12. Machias supervisor says, library's cats have to go [Arcade Herald]
  13. As Kindle Fire Takes Heat, Remedies Are Promised [The New York Times]
  14. Goodbye Textbooks, Hello iPad [PC World]
  15. Cambridge University puts Isaac Newton papers online [BBC News]
  16. Ten Stories That Shaped 2011 [LISNews]
  17. Tech moguls to Congress: Please don't break the Internet [Fortune]
  18. Games in the Library [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  19. Donít Support Your Local Bookseller [Slate]
  20. A Comic Distributes Himself [The New York Times]
  21. Library fire in Egypt clashes destroys 'irreplaceable' 200-year-old documents [CNN]
  22. US: Don't publish all details of lab-bred bird flu [BusinessWeek]
  23. Editorsí Choice: Top Book Covers 2011 [Kirkus Reviews]
  24. Gary Vaynerchuk [Piers Morgan Tonight]
  25. Technology: Rise of the e-book [Nature]
  26. David Weinberger on the future of libraries [CBC]
  27. POW! Marvel, DC and the other comics publishers finally go digital [Chicago Sun-Times]
  28. Publishers vs. Libraries: An E-Book Tug of War [The New York Times]
  29. Apropos Appropriation [The New York Times]
  30. Forgetting is Key to a Healthy Mind [Scientific American]
  31. The Storyteller [The Twilight Zone]

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