Library Link of the Day

March 2006

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  1. Library Services for a Digital Future [EDUCAUSE Quarterly]
  2. Classifying Toothpaste [The Washington Post]
  3. Wikipedia and Britannica [Searcher]
  4. If a Library Is Bookless, What's In It? [Talk of the Nation]
  5. Europe's digital library taking shape [CNET]
  6. BOOK OR MOVIE? It’s time to stop the comparisons LIT vs. FLICK? [The Kansas City Star]
  7. Penguins’ story banned from Missouri children’s library [MercoPress]
  8. Where There Is No Internet: Delivering Health Information via the Blue Trunk Libraries [PLoS Medicine]
  9. Interactive Online Community Participation [Info Career Trends]
  10. Bush Signs Renewal of Patriot Act [The Guardian]
  11. Google's literary land-grab [The Guardian]
  12. Proposed law could impact local libraries [Sapulpa Daily Herald]
  13. These librarians really know their words [The Cincinnati Post]
  14. Libraries getting the digital treatment [The Daily Bruin]
  15. Online Disputes Expose Publishers' Copyright Vulnerability []
  16. Poet, 7, Sets Off Racial Controversy [ABC News]
  17. More universities lease bookstores to national chains [The Boston Globe]
  19. Community college to rent some textbooks [The Seattle Times]
  20. Beyond the Books [The Winston-Salem Journal]
  21. Why Not Market Yourself? [Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship]
  22. Raiders of the Lost Art [Columbia Spectator]
  23. With books you may get chips [The Kansas City Star]
  24. Literary Novels Going Straight to Paperback [The New York Times]
  25. Father of Wiki Speaks Out on Community and Collaborative Development []
  26. Bill Gates: The future according to the world's richest man [The Independent]
  27. The New Wisdom of the Web [Newsweek]
  28. Searching for Dummies [The New York Times]
  29. Intellectual Property Run Amok [Mother Jones]
  30. Are You Ready for Podcasting? [Law Library Resource Xchange]
  31. Video games add interactive dimension to local libraries [King County Journal]

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