Library Link of the Day

July 2010

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  1. 'AskAway' Library Service Quits Answering Questions [The Tyee]
  2. Are Libraries Necessary, or a Waste of Tax Money? [FOX News]
  3. How cognitive surplus will change the world [TED]
  4. What's it like to command a bookmobile? [USA Today]
  5. Fark creator says wisdom of crowds is overrated [The Hill]
  6. Plagiarism Inc. [City Pages]
  7. Kids find summertime haven in libraries, parents find day care [Chicago Tribune]
  8. The Stolen Smell [StoryCove]
  9. Should your child be learning the art of slow reading? [The Christian Science Monitor]
  10. Study: E-books take longer to read than print [CNN]
  11. Mom: Son in 'extensive therapy' after viewing library book [Northwest Florida Daily News]
  12. Stanford Ushers In The Age Of Bookless Libraries [Morning Edition]
  13. Over 5,000 anti-school bookmarks found in books at libraries in Dover, Portsmouth, Durham [Foster's Daily Democrat]
  14. Can you sell your imported gadgets? Court guts "First Sale" [Ars Technica]
  15. Computers at Home: Educational Hope vs. Teenage Reality [The New York Times]
  16. Books and Literacy in the Digital Age [American Libraries]
  17. Text Me Not [Salt Lake City Weekly]
  18. A copyright ruling no one can like [CNET News]
  19. Southampton librarians postpone strike over volunteers [BBC News]
  20. News sites reining in nasty user comments [CNN]
  21. TechBytes: eBook Tipping Point [ABC News]
  22. Policing the Web’s Lurid Precincts [The New York Times]
  23. Why The Next Big Pop-Culture Wave After Cupcakes Might Be Libraries [NPR]
  24. Boys trail girls in reading; can fart jokes help? [accessAtlanta]
  25. Saving our digital heritage [Salon]
  26. Google bows to China's censorship demands [The Sydney Morning Herald]
  27. The Digital Revolution in Children's Publishing [Publishers Weekly]
  28. Searching A Card Catalog [ObsoleteSkills]
  29. Using Library Experts Wisely [Inside Higher Ed]
  30. Facebook launches Facebook Questions [Telegraph]
  31. SkyRiver and Innovative Interfaces File Major Antitrust Lawsuit Against OCLC [Library Journal]

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