Library Link of the Day

February 2004

<< January 2004 | March 2004 >>

  1. Jury finds the rights of disabled man weren't violated [The San Diego Union-Tribune]
  2. Subway books give Mexico a novel way to fight crime [The Seattle Times]
  3. The Promise and Peril of 'Open Access' [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  4. Turning Librarians Into Babysitters [The Washington Post]
  5. 2003 OCLC Environmental Scan [OCLC]
  6. Roll up for a vision of the future [The Engineer]
  7. Graphic novels make a difference [inCite]
  8. A Dozen Primers on Standards [Computers in Libraries]
  9. Family hit with library bill after theft [Stuff]
  10. Potential legal challenges to the application of the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) in public libraries: Strategies and issues [First Monday]
  11. Libraries Have Cliques Too! Understanding Interpersonal Relationships in Libraries []
  12. GPO Seeking A New Home [The Washington Post]
  13. Book fair bigger, but piracy continues to plague [New Kerala]
  14. Personal Voices: A Hysterical Librarian [AlterNet]
  15. Ebooks: Neither E, Nor Books [Cory Doctorow]
  16. Librarian's Report -- 1933 [Minneapolis Public Library]
  17. The Face of the Library [Library Journal]
  18. Valpo library gets robot help [The Indianapolis Star]
  19. Librarians struggle to let go of lonely books [The Mankato Free Press]
  20. Search For Tomorrow [The Washington Post]
  21. Price Increases Are Not the Problem [The Charleston Advisor]
  22. Surprise leaps from the pages of pop-up books [The Contra Costa Times]
  23. Baghdad's book vendors doing brisk business in religious books [The Kansas City Star]
  24. Electronic Reserves and Fair Use [ARL Bimonthly Report]
  25. New Seattle Central Library is on the cutting edge of technological advances [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  26. Student suspended over SI swimsuit issue [CNN]
  27. Textbooks for blind students "come alive" [University at Buffalo Reporter]
  28. Smith School parent wants book removed [Helena Independent Record]
  29. Behind the Rise of Google Lies the Rise in Internet Credibility [The New York Times]

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