Library Link of the Day

August 2018

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  1. Inside Facebook, Twitter and Google's AI battle over your social lives [CNET]
  2. Cologne archaeologists unearth oldest library in Germany [The Art Newspaper]
  3. Yes, 'Hate Groups' Can Hold Meetings in Libraries, Too [Reason.com]
  4. Libraries become unlikely front in opioid epidemic [News 12 The Bronx]
  5. Microfilm Lasts Half a Millennium [The Atlantic]
  6. How to Teach Information Literacy in an Era of Lies [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  7. ‘Impostors’ Manipulate Google With Fake Takedown Request [TorrentFreak]
  8. Alex Jones is a crackpot—but banning him from Facebook might be a bad idea [Ars Technica]
  9. The Draconian Dictionary Is Back [The Atlantic]
  10. Booksquashing [The Bodleian Libraries]
  11. Tor Scales Back Library E-book Lending as Part of Test [Publishers Weekly]
  12. Being a Victorian Librarian Was Oh-So-Dangerous [JSTOR Daily]
  13. The Crack Squad of Librarians Who Track Down Half-Forgotten Books [Atlas Obscura]
  14. Leveraging Elsevier’s Creative Commons License Requirement to Undermine Embargo [Journal of Copyright in Education and Librarianship]
  15. B.C. economist in grim battle against deceptive scholarship [The Vancouver Sun]

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