Library Link of the Day

July 2007

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  1. UCD library joins Second Life [UCD News]
  2. A trip to the library can restore your faith in democracy [The Salt Lake Tribune]
  3. Amazon to Sell Digital Copies of Books in a Deal That Includes College Libraries [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  4. Netflix Book Model Draws Competitors [Publishers Weekly]
  5. Amateurs can be good and bad news [The Guardian]
  6. Online Social Networks, Virtual Communities, Enterprises, and Information Professionals [Searcher]
  7. Record demand for final Potter [BBC News]
  8. Cultural Image of Librarians [John Hubbard]
  9. In case of a reading emergency, pop the trunk [The Oregonian]
  10. Library Lewdness [WKYC-TV]
  11. The Tech Lab: Charles Stross [BBC News]
  12. Libraries let you borrow online [The Wichita Eagle]
  13. The Changing Information Services Needs of Faculty [EDUCAUSE Review]
  14. Nixon library's changes start with Watergate [Los Angeles Times]
  15. Dewey? At This Library With a Very Different Outlook, They Donít [The New York Times]
  16. Google vows to fight $1bn Viacom claim [Telegraph]
  17. Archive Fever [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  18. Demise of the Local Catalog [Library Journal]
  19. Vatican Library closure irks scholars [BBC News]
  20. Libraries' novel ideas []
  21. Children, Creepy Middle-Aged Weirdos Swept Up In Harry Potter Craze [The Onion]
  22. UVSC prof. quits books [Daily Herald]
  23. Author's nude drawings too hot for US publisher [The Independent]
  24. What Boomers Want [Library Journal]
  25. 'Fat library man' bullied online [BBC News]
  26. Steal this book? Don't bother [CNET]
  27. Need a read? Get books from own library, Michigan court says [Detroit Free Press]
  28. Google 'the most improved brand' [BBC News]
  29. With Tools on Web, Amateurs Reshape Mapmaking [The New York Times]
  30. Where the sidewalk ends [Mail Tribune]
  31. Mission Creep In Library System Deserves Fresh, Closer Look [The Tampa Tribune]

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