Library Link of the Day

November 2010

<< October 2010 | December 2010 >>

  1. Amazon to Allow Lending of Kindle E-Books [ABC News]
  2. Wait! You Can’t Retire Without Sharing That with Us [American Libraries]
  3. Censorship at its Finest [For the Love of YA]
  4. Redefining the library in the age of Google and Wikipedia [International Business Times]
  5. Inside the Google Books Algorithm [The Atlantic]
  6. Wikipedia Teams Up With Academia [All Things Considered]
  7. On Productivity [The School of Life]
  8. The RIAA's latest victory over Jammie Thomas-Rasset [Los Angeles Times]
  9. The cook and the thieves: a win for internet IP [The Sydney Morning Herald]
  10. Color Comes to E Ink Screens [The New York Times]
  11. “U.S. News & World Report” Goes Digital-Only [Mashable]
  12. Truth Be Told: How College Students Evaluate and Use Information in the Digital Age [Project Information Literacy]
  13. removes controversial book but controversies may return [Marketplace]
  14. Libraries reinvent themselves as they struggle to remain relevant in the digital age [Chicago Tribune]
  15. Will Your Local Library Lend E-Books? (Or Can They?) [ReadWriteWeb]
  16. James Frey’s Fiction Factory [New York Magazine]
  17. The Shadow Scholar [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  18. In Jordan, a bookstore devoted to forbidden titles [Los Angeles Times]
  19. Digital Keys for Unlocking the Humanities’ Riches [The New York Times]
  20. As Textbooks Go Digital, Campus Bookstores May Go Bookless [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  21. France to return South Korea royal books on lease [Reuters]
  22. A News Corp. Newspaper, but Not in Print [The New York Times]
  23. Bookend to a Presidency [The Wall Street Journal]
  24. The Visibility and Invisibility of Librarians [Library Journal]
  25. Palin’s Publisher and Gawker Settle Case [The New York Times]
  26. Testing Enhanced E-Books [The Wall Street Journal]
  27. U.S. seizes sites linked to copyright infringement [CNET News]
  28. A Bully Finds a Pulpit on the Web [The New York Times]
  29. Bibliophiles turn to online stores for best buys [Business Standard]
  30. U.S. Weighs Legal Options in Wikileaks Release [CBS News]

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