Library Link of the Day

September 2008

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  1. Being Librarian lights way for Ark. inmates with books [Pine Bluff Commercial]
  2. The road to Wikipedia [Salon]
  3. Evolution to Revolution to Chaos? Reference in Transition [Searcher]
  4. Will bookworms get their teeth into the Sony Reader? [The Times]
  5. Expensive college textbooks [The Christian Science Monitor]
  6. The next phase of libraries rolls into town [The Christian Science Monitor]
  7. No more shhh! Wisconsin's libraries change [The Chicago Tribune]
  8. Palin pressured Wasilla librarian [The Anchorage Daily News]
  9. Judge blocks 'Harry Potter Lexicon' [CNN]
  10. New E-Newspaper Reader Echoes Look of the Paper [The New York Times]
  11. Long Beach library's next chapter still being written [Los Angeles Times]
  12. Outsourcing the Textbook [Time]
  13. Why Libraries Are Back in Style [The Wall Street Journal]
  14. Old newspapers get online launch [BBC News]
  15. In Digital Age, Federal Files Blip Into Oblivion [The New York Times]
  16. Warning sounded on web's future [BBC News]
  17. The Future of Copyright [CATO Unbound]
  18. Can games make your kid a better citizen? [MSNBC]
  19. The End [New York Magazine]
  20. U-M at forefront of new era in publishing [University of Michigan]
  21. Encyclopedia Britannica: Modernization in Moderation [E-Commerce Times]
  22. Smithsonian to put its 137 million-object collection online [CNN]
  23. Technology Doesn’t Dumb Us Down. It Frees Our Minds. [The New York Times]
  24. Has the digital era killed Kodakchrome? [CNN]
  25. Transgendered Woman Wins Sex Discrimination Case [ABC News]
  26. Test your knowledge of controversial titles [The Joplin Globe]
  27. Time to Step Out of the Box and Start Promoting Ourselves [redOrbit]
  28. Sharing books online just got easier [The Christian Science Monitor]
  29. Authors take stand against calls to ban their work [The Chicago Tribune]
  30. Dewey overdue for a makeover, librarians say [The Southtown Star]

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