Library Link of the Day

October 2010

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  1. Authors Feel Pinch In Age of E-Books [The Wall Street Journal]
  2. Does Taxonomy Matter in a New World of Search and Discovery [ONLINE]
  3. Section of UT library reopens after student shooting [KVUE News]
  4. Libraries launch apps to sync with iPod generation [The Washington Post]
  5. B&N's PubIt self-publishing platform goes live [CNET]
  6. What Are Books Good For? [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  7. Dewey the cat lives on in new 'Nine Lives' book [The Des Moines Register]
  8. ‘World’s biggest book’ goes on sale for $100,000 [Today]
  9. Confessions of a Used-Book Salesman [Slate]
  10. Can We Create a National Digital Library? [The New York Review of Books]
  11. Will technology kill book publishing? Not even close [USA Today]
  12. ACLU Sues S.C. Jail Over Bible-Only Policy [NPR]
  13. Searching For Better Research Habits [Inside Higher Ed]
  14. Amazon Introduces The Digital Pamphlet With ‘Kindle Singles’ [TechCrunch]
  15. For Baseball Archivists, a Tag Ends Every Play [The New York Times]
  16. Google, Facebook battle for 'future of the Web' [Computerworld]
  17. Seeing the big picture on content [BBC News]
  18. Words to Avoid (or Use with Care) Because They Are Loaded or Confusing [Free Software Foundation]
  19. Will physical books be gone in five years? [CNN]
  20. New in PLoS ONE: Citation rates of self-selected vs. mandated Open Access [Gobbledygook]
  21. Library Inc. [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  22. Dead Sea Scrolls to be made available online [CNN]
  23. A Nook for Books, Underground [The New York Times]
  24. Gaming 2.0 [American Libraries]
  25. In a Digital Age, Students Still Cling to Paper Textbooks [The New York Times]
  26. New Library Technologies Dispense With Librarians [The Wall Street Journal]
  27. Sony halts production of the cassette Walkman in Japan [BBC News]
  28. Barnes & Noble Nook Color: Hands On [PC Magazine]
  29. Librarian shocked over events that led to resignation [Fremont Tribune]
  30. Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity [TED]
  31. Enough already: information overload [Stuff]

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