Library Link of the Day

August 2012

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  1. The Bookless Library [The New Republic]
  2. Judging a Book by Its Cover: A 6-year-old Guesses What Classic Novels Are All About [Strollerderby]
  3. In Sweden, Taking File Sharing to Heart. And to Church. [The New York Times]
  4. With Key Filings in, Trials Loom In Google Book Cases [Publishers Weekly]
  5. Embedding copyright-infringing video is not a crime, court rules [CNET News]
  6. In The E-Book World, Are Book Covers A Dying Art? [Weekend Edition Sunday]
  7. LeVar Burton's App at the End of the Rainbow [The Root]
  8. Whose Words Are These Anyway? The Sad Case of Jonah Lehrer [Forbes]
  9. The Digital World Demands a New Mode of Reading [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  10. How to protect your cloud data from hacks [CNN]
  11. Why Gamify and What to Avoid in Library Gamification [ACRL TechConnect]
  12. An Interview with Karen Keninger [American Libraries]
  13. The Problem of Data [CLIR]
  14. Wanted, Dead or Alive: Used Books [The New York Times]
  15. A Push Grows Abroad for Open Access to Publicly Financed Research [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  16. 2012 Contest Winners [The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest]
  17. Nine Reasons to Save Public Libraries [Independent Voter Network]
  18. Gen Y: the most book-loving generation alive? [The Christian Science Monitor]
  19. Dead Again [The New York Times]
  20. Assisting Research Versus Research Assistance [Library Journal]
  21. Alexandria 2.0: One Millionaire’s Quest to Build the Biggest Library on Earth [Wired]
  22. A Champion of the Book Takes to the iPad [The New York Times]
  23. The Library Vanishes - Again [Inside Higher Ed]
  24. The information economy is reaching maximum overload [CNN]
  25. U.K. Start-Up Opens Up Science Research [The Wall Street Journal]
  26. Who inherits your iTunes library? [MarketWatch]
  27. Support Your Local Library [StateStats]
  28. The Best Book Reviews Money Can Buy [The New York Times]
  29. Kansas libraries offering specialty baking pans [kwch.com]
  30. 58 D.C. Schools Will Reopen Without Librarians [The Huffington Post]
  31. E-Books And Libraries [The Diane Rehm Show]

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