Library Link of the Day

June 2008

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  1. Express libraries, self service studied [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
  2. Electronic Device Stirs Unease at Book Fair [The New York Times]
  3. The Book Collection That Devoured My Life [The Wall Street Journal]
  4. Penguin Sees Major e-Book Sales Spike [Publishers Weekly]
  5. Philip Pullman leads author revolt against age banding for children's books [The Telegraph]
  6. Turning a new page on e-books [CNN]
  7. Serendipity casts a very wide net [BBC News]
  8. Wi-Fi, video games all part of public libraries version 2.0 [The Capital Times]
  9. iRex Iliad: Don't throw your books away just yet [The Telegraph]
  10. Encyclopaedia Britannica To Follow Modified Wikipedia Model [Wired]
  11. Key differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 [First Monday]
  12. The future of e-paper: The Kindle is only the beginning [Computerworld]
  13. Are Google, Yahoo the next dinosaurs? [USA Today]
  14. Is Google Making Us Stupid? [Atlantic Monthly]
  15. New 'super-paper' is stronger than cast iron [New Scientist]
  16. Lost in E-Mail, Tech Firms Face Self-Made Beast [The New York Times]
  17. Small Publishers Feel Power of Amazon’s ‘Buy’ Button [The New York Times]
  18. Google Books vs. BISON [Library Journal]
  19. Science books fetch astronomical prices [MSNBC]
  20. Copyright cock-up [Globe and Mail]
  21. Educators Get a ‘Second Life’ [Education Week]
  22. Children need books, not quangos [The Times]
  23. Books Exposed, Part Two [Inside Higher Ed]
  24. Libraries experiment with new information technologies [Northwest Herald]
  25. Delaying News in the Era of the Internet [The New York Times]
  26. Sad tales fill soaked libraries [The Des Moines Register]
  27. Amazon plays rough in disputes with publishers [International Herald Tribune]
  28. In Lawsuit, University Asserts That Downloading Copyrighted Texts Is Fair Use [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  29. No Shushing in This Library [San Diego Reader]
  30. Library adds Wii game selection as teen-draw [Columbus Local News]

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