Library Link of the Day

February 2009

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  1. Electronic reading devices gaining favor [The Salt Lake Tribune]
  2. Copyright in the Age of YouTube [ABA Journal]
  3. Libraries Are Not Just for Books [The Washington Post]
  4. We're in danger of losing our memories [The Guardian]
  5. Google & the Future of Books [The New York Review of Books]
  6. The Race for a Better Read [Time]
  7. Hero pilot Chesley (Sully) Sullenberger sweats lost book [The Daily News]
  8. Dallas libraries let you pay to check out hot titles [The Dallas Morning News]
  9. A New Kindle While Journalism Burns [Forbes]
  10. Google and Amazon to Put More Books on Cellphones [The New York Times]
  11. Librarians relieved that most children's books exempted from new lead law [San Jose Mercury News]
  12. What will the library of the future look like? [Los Angeles Times]
  13. Battle Brewing Over Electronic Books [All Things Considered]
  14. Gaming against the greater good [First Monday]
  15. Barnes & Noble Lends A Hand To Library System [The Pasco Tribune]
  16. A Dirty Little Secret: Self-Censorship [School Library Journal]
  17. In Web Age, Library Job Gets Update [The New York Times]
  18. The Library Web Site of the Future [Inside Higher Ed]
  19. University Council Approves Open Access Plan [BU Today]
  20. Library Hip As Economy Suffers [MSNBC]
  21. Guards now required in city libraries [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
  22. Information Literacy and Digital Literacy [PRISMA.COM]
  23. Librarian Opposes Google's Library Fees [All Things Considered]
  24. U-Md. System Aims To Cut Textbook Costs [The Washington Post]
  25. Amazon e-reader Kindle 2 is a nifty, if costly, second act [USA Today]
  26. Penn libraries and Kirtas Technologies create digitized books [The Daily Pennsylvanian]
  27. The Kindle Swindle? [The New York Times]
  28. Auditor Questions Library Commission "How To" Video For PlayStation 2 [Nebraska]

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