Library Link of the Day

April 2010

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  1. Texas Conservatives Vote to Make Textbooks “Right” []
  2. The relationship between public libraries and Google: Too much information [First Monday]
  3. Libraries as places to linger and mingle [The Christian Science Monitor]
  4. Survivor: The History of the Library [History Magazine]
  5. Publishers & Librarians: Two Cultures, One Goal [Library Journal]
  6. Bits, Bands and Books [The New York Times]
  7. Iraqi Files in U.S.: Plunder or Rescue? [The New York Times]
  8. Copyright Challenge for Sites That Excerpt [The New York Times]
  9. Textbooks That Professors Can Rewrite Digitally [The New York Times]
  10. Yochai Benkler on the new open-source economics [TED]
  11. The fantastic appeal of fantasy [Telegraph]
  12. The End of Books [Scribner's Magazine]
  13. Schmidt sees online profits in newspapers' future [CNET News]
  14. Teaching About Web Includes Troublesome Parts [The New York Times]
  15. Library of Congress: We're archiving every tweet ever made [Ars Technica]
  16. 5 Ways The Google Book Settlement Will Change The Future of Reading [io9]
  17. Copyright and wrong [The Econimist]
  18. Toward a New Alexandria [The New Republic]
  19. 'Twilight,' 'ttyl,' among books deemed most 'offensive' and 'inappropriate' for kids [Entertainment Weekly]
  20. Penguin cookbook calls for 'freshly ground black people' [The Guardian]
  21. George Washington's $300,000 library book fine [BBC News]
  22. The iPad, the Kindle, and the future of books [The New Yorker]
  23. That Mighty Sorting Machine Is Certainly One for the Books [The New York Times]
  24. v. Book publishers [The Christian Science Monitor]
  25. What the Humanities PhD Crisis Means for Academic Librarians [Library Journal]
  26. 'Lost' librarian survey reveals 1-in-5 have gotten intimate in the stacks [The Daily News]
  27. Library books end up in trash [Courier Times]
  28. The ethics of piracy [Tool Talk]
  29. Check out the new look of libraries [Metro]
  30. Gutenberg 2.0 [Harvard Magazine]

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