Library Link of the Day

January 2012

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  1. As The Age Of The Physical Book Retreats, The Cult Of The Physical Book Advances [Forbes]
  2. Defining Words, Without the Arbiters [The New York Times]
  3. Pelham to hold library head's job while he's in jail [Eagle-Tribune]
  4. Redefining the Academic Library [University Leadership Council]
  5. The Future of Publishing? [Forward]
  6. Why 2012 is starting to look like 1984 [Digitial Trends]
  7. An end to bad heir days: The posthumous power of the literary estate [The Independent]
  8. City plans to close libraries all day on Mondays; aldermen infuriated [Chicago Sun-Times]
  9. The Demise of the Public Library [The New York Times]
  10. Santorum can't shake a Savage 'redefinition' on Google [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  11. Google Searches Are A Window Into Our Culture [Morning Edition]
  12. Massive-scale online collaboration [Luis von Ahn]
  13. Research Bought, Then Paid For [The New York Times]
  14. Twitter unhappy about Google's social search changes [BBC News]
  15. 3D printer makers' rival visions of future [BBC News]
  16. The feedback economy [O'Reilly Radar]
  17. Not So Fast [Think Quarerly]
  18. The Joy of Books [Type]
  19. Funny Library Montage [Greene County Public Library]
  20. Who’s afraid of “The Tempest”? [Salon]
  21. Justices allow copyrights on foreign works [CNN]
  22. Murdoch slams 'pirates' google [The Independent]
  23. Apple to announce tools, platform to "digitally destroy" textbook publishing [Ars Technica]
  24. Ottawa’s lending out judge, prostitute for chats as part of its ‘Human Library’ program [National Post]
  25. U.S. digital reader ownership doubled over holidays [The Salt Lake Tribune]
  26. Who Gets to See Published Research? [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  27. Just Google it! Questions dumb people ask online [CNN]
  28. Locked in the Ivory Tower: Why JSTOR Imprisons Academic Research [The Atlantic]
  29. UConn’s account of research flaws should be a model for others [The Boston Globe]
  30. Kodak Bankruptcy May Shed Photography, Bet on Digital Printing [Businessweek]
  31. Student receives free cocaine with Amazon textbook order [MSNBC]

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