Library Link of the Day

April 2014

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  1. Gorilla Librarian [Monty Python]
  2. Nature Publishing Group Requires Faculty Authors to Waive ‘Moral Rights’ [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  3. The Internet Is Killing Most Languages [Motherboard]
  4. Ebooks and the Demise of ILL [Library Journal]
  5. No time to peruse a book? Not to worry – speed-reading is back [The Christian Science Monitor]
  6. Scientific Publishing In The Era of Open Access [Synapse]
  7. Books? Or No Books? Envisioning the Academic Library of the Future [HuffPost]
  8. The Rise of E-Books and a Shrinking Library Catalog [The Consumer Eagle]
  9. Serious reading takes a hit from online scanning and skimming, researchers say [The Washington Post]
  10. American Library [The Morning News]
  11. Font War: Inside the Design World's $20 Million Divorce [Businessweek]
  12. Stepping into the Stream: Bringing Netflix-style Video to Libraries [Library Journal]
  13. The Micro is a 3D printer 'designed for everyone' [The Verge]
  14. The internet isn't harming our love of 'deep reading', it's cultivating it [The Guardian]
  15. Sharing = Stealing: Busting a copyright myth [Phys.org]
  16. Bill to make Bible Louisiana's official state book passes House Committee [The Times-Picayune]
  17. Publishing: we can't see the right track for all the digital platforms [The Guardian]
  18. Why is Captain Underpants the most complained about book? [BBC News]
  19. Behavior Data vs. Patron Privacy: Productive Discomfort [Library Journal]
  20. The Cost of Universal Knowledge Access [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  21. How Paperbacks Transformed the Way Americans Read [Mental Floss]
  22. As Researchers Turn to Google, Libraries Navigate the Messy World of Discovery Tools [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  23. Bonfire of the Humanities [Outside]
  24. Men 'giving up' on books to watch films or go online [BBC News]
  25. What Will Become of the Library? [Slate]
  26. Lobbying Efforts Intensify After F.C.C. Tries 3rd Time on Net Neutrality [The New York Times]
  27. Blinded by scientific gobbledygook [Ottawa Citizen]
  28. Digital Public Library of America to add millions of records to its archive [Ars Technica]
  29. What You Need to Know Before Letting Your Kids Read E-Books [Time]
  30. Verbatim: What Is a Photocopier? [The New York Times]

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