Library Link of the Day

February 2010

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  1. J.D. Salinger, Howard Zinn deaths boost 'Catcher,' 'People's History' sales []
  2. Students failing because of Twitter, texting [Canoe]
  3. Open Societies need open systems [BBC News]
  4. How Video Games Can Help [Frontline]
  5. Jaron Lanier on the limits of Web 2.0, intellectual property, and libraries as a place of refuge [Library Journal]
  6. Gale Reaches for More End Users With Questia Acquisition [Information Today]
  7. Librarians told to stand on guard for Vancouver Olympics sponsors [The Canadian Press]
  8. For prisoners, the library as lifeline [The Baltimore Sun]
  9. A page is turned [Financial Times]
  10. US Department of Justice objects to Google book plan [BBC News]
  11. 10 sages read the future of print [Fortune]
  12. Do School Libraries Need Books? [The New York Times]
  13. E-Library Economics [Inside Higher Ed]
  14. How Christian Were the Founders? [The New York Times]
  15. In the digital age, librarians are pioneers [The Boston Globe]
  16. Super Bowl, Olympics, Super Mario: How games help teach [The Christian Science Monitor]
  17. After Frustrations in Second Life, Colleges Look to New Virtual Worlds [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  18. Wikileaks and Iceland MPs propose 'journalism haven' [BBC News]
  19. Don't Touch That Dial! [Slate]
  20. Google Books Fosters Intellectual, Legal Crossroads [Wired]
  21. Cut all librarians before any cop? [The Arizona Republic]
  22. Competition for Google: A German Library for the 21st Century [Spiegel]
  23. Google book scanning: Cultural theft or freedom of information? [CNN]
  24. First Superman comic sells for $1m [Guardian]
  25. How Google’s Algorithm Rules the Web [Wired]
  26. British Library warns UK's web heritage 'could be lost' [BBC News]
  27. Teaching kids to read from the back of a burro [CNN]
  28. Yo, Ho, Ho, and a Digital Scrum [The Chronicle of Higher Education]

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