Library Link of the Day

December 2004

<< November 2004 | January 2005 >>

  1. Court nixes lawsuit fighting copyright law [CNET]
  2. Promise and pitfalls of e-printing [Australian IT]
  3. Gay book ban goal of state lawmaker [The Birmingham News]
  4. Library cats curl up with some good books [Chicago Tribune]
  5. An Idea Whose Time Has Come Back [The New York Times]
  6. Remembrance of Catalog Cards Past [Nebraska Library Quarterly]
  7. Barks of approval for literacy [The Denver Post]
  8. Libraries and university presses can collaborate to improve scholarly communication [First Monday]
  9. Libraries Reach Out, Online [The New York Times]
  10. Students shun search for information offline [CNN]
  11. High Court To Weigh File Sharing [The Washington Post]
  12. Libraries turn to collection agencies for overdue books [Ohio News Now]
  13. Flash memory coaxes audiobooks out of the '70s [CNET]
  14. Law librarians say technology has them more in demand [Memphis Business Journal]
  15. Does Google move augur commercialization of libraries? [Detriot Free Press]
  16. How to release books into the wild [The Christian Science Monitor]
  17. The Role of RSS in Science Publishing [D-Lib Magazine]
  18. More schools offer cheap music downloads for students [USA Today]
  19. Library workers angry over closings [The Herald]
  20. Is There Censorship? [The New York Times]
  21. Keeping Track of the Scores [The Los Angeles Times]
  22. Newest Rulings on Alternative Source Citing [PostModern Language Association]
  23. Oprah's OK sends book sales soaring [Chicago Sun-Times]
  24. Googlizers vs. Resistors [Library Journal]
  25. Why Being a Librarian is a Radical Choice [Dissident Voice]
  26. Southfield restricts Oak Park readers [Detriot Free Press]
  27. Good to the Last Drop: Dimensions and Cultural Implications of Coffee Service in Libraries [Asheim Group]
  28. Harry Potter book tops sales list before printing [The Des Moines Register]
  29. Comics prove reading can be laughing matter [Grand Forks Herlad]
  30. Internet Archive to build alternative to Google [Information World Review]
  31. A Video Game Revolution [KIMT]

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