Library Link of the Day

August 2015

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  1. A Wizard at Prying Government Secrets From the Government [The New York Times]
  2. Twitter is deleting stolen jokes on copyright grounds [The Verge]
  3. The Next Great Copyright Office [SSRN]
  4. There’s a library-shaped hole in the Internet [The Boston Globe]
  5. The Library of Babel as Seen from Within [The Paris Review]
  6. E-lending won’t put a big dent in book sales [The Guardian]
  7. More Than A Quarter-Million Ask Google To Be Forgotten [Weekend Edition]
  8. Libraries Are the Future of Manufacturing in the United States [Pacific Standard]
  9. With 10,699 books printed, Windsor library’s self-publishing machine is a hit [The Windsor Star]
  10. The Rise of Open Curriculum [Bright]
  11. Wanted: The Next Librarian of Congress [INALJ]
  12. Librarians Leap to the Aid of Researchers Whose Funding Will Soon Depend on Open Access [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  13. Reading in dim light debunked [CBC News]
  14. A Library of Good Ideas [The Atlantic]
  15. Educational Publishers Sue Textbook Reseller [Publishers Weekly]
  16. Are Americans falling in love with censorship? [The Guardian]
  17. The Rise of Phone Reading [The Wall Street Journal]
  18. The Covert World of People Trying to Edit Wikipedia—for Pay [The Atlantic]
  19. Did technology kill the book or give it new life? [BBC News]
  20. Isil murders scholar who hid treasures of Palmyra [The Telegraph]
  21. A Smarter Approach to College Textbooks [Inside Higher Ed]
  22. Faked peer reviews prompt 64 retractions [Nature]
  23. Australian academics seek to challenge 'web of avarice' in scientific publishing [The Guardian]
  24. The Creative Apocalypse That Wasn’t [The New York Times Magazine]
  25. Undercover Republican Goes Hillary-Hunting in Clinton Library [The Daily Beast]
  26. Duke students boycott 'pornographic' reading assignment [BBC News]
  27. Librarians furious as Berkeley tosses thousands of books [San Francisco Chronicle]
  28. The Danger of Being Neighborly Without a Permit [The Atlantic]
  29. Bleeding Edges of Tech [Jason Griffey]
  30. NMC Horizon Report > 2015 Library Edition [The New Media Consortium]
  31. The Hillary Clinton e-mail ‘scandal’ that isn’t [The Washington Post]

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