Library Link of the Day

August 2005

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  1. Some LSU students upset by plans for library Starbucks [The Times-Picayune]
  2. Trials of a Paraprofessional [Revolting librarians]
  3. Architect of learning [The Boston Globe]
  4. Preserving maps for the future [Federal Computer Week]
  5. Library's Spanish outreach criticized [The Washington Times]
  6. The college library of tomorrow [CNET]
  7. How schools are destroying the joy of reading [USA Today]
  8. Islamic Group Vows to Fight Ban in Britain [The Guardian]
  10. The unacknowledged convergence of open source, open access, and open science [First Monday]
  11. Federal police quiz Muslim over library books [The Age]
  12. Fading fast [The Sydney Morning Herald]
  13. Coming to campus: E-books with expiration dates [CNET]
  14. Patrons' visits to porn sites may cost librarian her job [The Gainesville Sun]
  15. Google provides opt-out for publishers [Computerworld]
  16. The Structure of Collaborative Tagging Systems [HP Labs]
  18. Integrating Information Resources: Principles, Technologies, and Approaches [California Digital Library]
  19. Swedish library launches 'borrow a person' [USA Today]
  20. Students' Prayers Answered: No Books [All Things Considered]
  21. Should Raunchy be the Fourth R? [Focus on the Family]
  22. Inappropriate reading? [Columbia Missourian]
  23. Academic libraries empty stacks for online centers [The Christian Science Monitor]
  24. Four Amendments & a Funeral [Rolling Stone]
  25. Beer, books and blame [USA Today]
  26. Book vending machines in Paris are stocked with 25 best-selling titles [The Buffalo News]
  27. Library sues over controversial Patriot Act [Wired News]
  28. Will Google’s Keyword Searching Eliminate the Need for LC Cataloging and Classification? [AFSCME, Local 2910]
  29. College textbooks shelve profits Online or on campus, students pay big bucks for books [The Ann Arbor News]
  30. This Into That [Jim Rosenau]
  31. Blind, disabled people stay literate with book program [East Valley Tribune]

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