Library Link of the Day

December 2012

<< November 2012 | January 2013 >>

  1. ‘Books, I Think, Are Dead’: Joe Queenan Talks About ‘One for the Books’ [The New York Times]
  2. Publishers brace for authors to reclaim book rights in 2013 [paidContent]
  3. With 'Social Reading,' Books Become Places to Meet [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  4. The End of Pens [Slate]
  5. Next Year’s 3-D Printers Promise Big Things — Really Big Things [Wired]
  6. Books From Nowhere [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  7. 'Infrared' scream: Nancy Huston wins Bad Sex in Fiction Award [Today]
  8. Nonprofit uses little libraries to unite community [Toledo Free Press]
  9. Curriculum to kill a literary tradition [The Australian]
  10. Ebooks and the Candlemaker’s Petition [Library Journal]
  11. Free online news era on its way out [CNN]
  12. Boise Library’s Catalog Emulates Google, Amazon Search [Government Technology]
  13. Libraries and Their Landscapes [Library Journal]
  14. Mo Yan's Nobel acceptance speech draws ire from critics (+video) [The Christian Science Monitor]
  15. Thirteen Ways of Looking at Libraries, Discovery, and the Catalog: Scale, Workflow, Attention [EDUCAUSE Review]
  16. Area libraries brace for Christmas rush on e-books [The Examiner]
  17. Ten Stories That Shaped 2012 [LISNews]
  18. The Wrong War Over eBooks: Publishers Vs. Libraries [Forbes]
  19. Barnet library squatters to be evicted, judge rules [The Guardian]
  20. U.S. Census will offer online option [CBS News]
  21. Self-Publishing: No Longer Just A Vanity Project [Morning Edition]
  22. Google launches Dead Sea Scrolls online library [The Australian]
  23. Public libraries evolving with technology [The News Leader]
  24. Giving Mom’s Book Five Stars? Amazon May Cull Your Review [The New York Times]
  25. Professor's algorithm writes technical reports, romance novels could be next [Gizmag]
  26. Newsweek unveils final print edition [BBC News]
  27. Wis. man sparks global phenomenon as Little Free Libraries spread to at least 36 countries [Fox News]
  28. Science Retractions: Top 5 Withdrawn Studies Of 2012 [The Huffington Post]
  29. Libraries See Opening as Bookstores Close [The New York Times]
  30. Libraries And E-Lending: The 'Wild West' Of Digital Licensing? [All Things Considered]
  31. Secret Lives of Readers [The Chronicle of Higher Education]

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