Library Link of the Day

February 2006

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  1. Plumbing and storing e-archives: an industry blooms [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
  2. Search engines challenged on ‘theft’ [The Financial Times]
  3. Copyright Office Sides With Publishers in Proposal for Handling 'Orphan' Works [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  4. Libraries fear digital lockdown [BBC News]
  5. The dramatic growth of open access : implications and opportunities for resource sharing [Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserve]
  6. Research books its place in the library of the future [IST Results]
  7. Mission Impossible: Printing in the Digital Age [Federal Computer Week]
  8. The Book Bar [Vestal Design]
  9. Locking down our digital future [BBC News]
  10. The future of reading [The Age]
  11. Digital Library Initiatives >> Next-Gen Libraries [Campus Technology]
  12. Branch Manager Injured When Teens Crash into Columbus Library [American Libraries]
  13. Crying Wolf: An Examination and Reconsideration of the Perception of Crisis in LIS Education [Journal of Education for Library and Information Science]
  14. What Users Want: An Academic 'Hybrid' Library Perspective [Ariadne]
  15. Belgian librarians use love to get readers [Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
  16. Classism in the Stacks: Libraries and Poor People [Street Spirit]
  17. The Google Library Project: Both Sides of the Story [Plagiary]
  18. SLA Denounces Proposal to Close EPA Libraries [Special Libraries Association]
  19. What if Wal-Mart Ran a Library? [Journal of Electronic Publishing]
  20. Copyright Issues in Open Access Research Journals [D-Lib Magazine]
  21. Policing Porn Is Not Part of Job Description [The Washington Post]
  22. The Life and Death of Public Records [AlterNet]
  23. Digital books start a new chapter [MSNBC]
  24. Google rapped over adult photos [BBC News]
  25. Europe doesn't get free speech [International Herald Tribune]
  26. Trial threat to Da Vinci Code film [The Scotsman]
  27. The End of Books [Scribner's Magazine]
  28. What's next [Searcher]

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