Library Link of the Day

March 2008

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  1. District Fires Sick Librarian [School Library Journal]
  2. What to Do With Wikipedia [Online]
  3. In Norway, Global Seed Vault guards genetic resources [International Herald Tribune]
  4. Publishers Phase Out Piracy Protection on Audio Books [The New York Times]
  5. Citation over library books leads to jail time [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
  6. Oprah's mag gushed over memoir of fake gangbanger [Daily News]
  7. Cyber-Rebels in Cuba Defy State’s Limits [The New York Times]
  8. Publishers embrace short nonfiction, from presidents to science [International Herald Tribune]
  9. Revenge of the Experts [Newsweek]
  10. Public libraries told to innovate or die out [The Times]
  11. Flying Off the Shelves [The Stranger]
  12. Pull the plug on the library [The Gainesville Sun]
  13. Text Generation Gap: U R 2 Old (JK) [The New York Times]
  14. Display technology's flexible future [CNET News]
  15. Library child porn causes stir [The Fresno Bee]
  16. Homeless Men Find Shelter in Book Club [ABC News]
  17. The battle for Wikipedia's soul [The Economist]
  18. Web changing journalism, but not as expected, study finds: News agenda seems to be narrowing [International Herald Tribune]
  19. Our Public Libraries Are Being Turned Into Video Arcades [American Chronicle]
  20. Start Writing the Eulogies for Print Encyclopedias [The New York Times]
  21. Goodbye, textbooks; hello, open-source learning [Technology Entertainment Design]
  22. Taking Play Seriously at the Public Library With Young Video Gamers [The New York Times]
  23. Borders exploring sale, secures financing to remain afloat [Detroit Free Press]
  24. Question for the Ages: What Books When? [The Washington Post]
  25. Web Sites Let Bibliophiles Share Books Virtually [All Things Considered]
  26. Library rally turns up the heat on dispute [Times Colonist]
  27. Library more relevant than ever [The Huron Daily Tribune]
  28. Algorithms Are Terrific. But to Search Smarter, Find a Person. [Wired Magazine]
  29. EPA Libraries Reopening [ABC News]
  30. Shakespeare goes digital [MSNBC]
  31. Wikipedia hits 10 million total articles [CNET News]

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