Library Link of the Day

February 2008

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  1. In Search of a New Model [Library Journal]
  2. Amazon Buys; Kindle Shortages Persist [PC Magazine]
  3. We're all information gatherers now [The Jakarta Post]
  4. Waiting for It [The New York Times]
  5. Google Book Search: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly [Campus Technology]
  6. Pressure mounts for reprieve of student [The Independent]
  7. Parent objects to library policy [The Republican]
  8. New Bedford mayor wants barcoded ID cards for city libraries [The Boston Globe]
  9. Keeping It Real [The New York Times]
  10. Archived Chinese scholar to sue Google and Yahoo! over search censorship [The Register]
  11. Pushing Paper Out the Door [The New York Times]
  12. The Impossible Art of Deciphering Manuscripts [Slate]
  13. At Harvard, a Proposal to Publish Free on Web [The New York Times]
  14. Publisher Tests Selling by the Chapter [The Wall Street Journal]
  15. Rip This Book? Not Yet. [Newsweek]
  16. Wikipedia and the New Curriculum [Science Progress]
  17. 2 Guys and a Chick Set Off Loudoun Library Dispute [The Washington Post]
  18. E-books will never be our friends [The Times]
  19. Flickr Helps the Library of Congress [Newsweek]
  20. The Vanishing Librarians [Library Journal]
  21. Face Value [Inside Higher Ed]
  22. An Upstart Web Catalog Challenges an Academic-Library Giant [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  23. Preservation in the Age of Large-Scale Digitization [Inside Higher Ed]
  24. SMU to Host Bush's Presidential Library [The Washington Post]
  25. The Wisdom of the Chaperones [Slate]
  26. Books go byte size in digital age [Herald and Weekly Times]
  27. "Intellectual property" is a silly euphemism [The Guardian]
  28. Information isn't reserved for books [Houston Chronicle]
  29. Borrowed Time [Slate]

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