Library Link of the Day

February 2011

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  1. Can Kindle Singles revolutionize reading? [The Christian Science Monitor]
  2. Stop Googling Your Symptoms, Doctors Warn [FOX News]
  3. Microsoft says Google used click fraud to orchestrate Bing Sting [USA Today]
  4. Alexandria youth 'protecting library from looters' [The Guardian]
  5. Are libraries finished? Five arguments for and against [BBC News]
  6. Borders Lumbers Toward Bankruptcy [Publishers Weekly]
  7. Knowledge through the pages: The evolution of encyclopedias [The Independent]
  8. Bringing the Census into the internet age [CNN]
  9. National Library of Finland Turns to Crowdsourcing, Games to Help Digitize Its Archives [ReadWriteWeb]
  10. Graphic novel’s appeal widens [The Courier-News]
  11. Powell’s Lays Off 31 Workers [Publishers Weekly]
  12. A Symbol for the New Egypt [The Wall Street Journal]
  13. iPad Storybook Apps And The Kids Who Love Them [All Things Considered]
  14. The internet has (kind of) run out of space [CNN]
  15. Is Alex Trebek in Jeopardy? [Newsweek]
  16. Mind vs. Machine [The Atlantic]
  17. The Dirty Little Secrets of Search [The New York Times]
  18. Would the Bard Have Survived the Web? [The New York Times]
  19. How the Internet Gets Inside Us [The New Yorker]
  20. New sites for Kindle readers to 'Lendle' to each other [The Guardian]
  21. Missing Tax Forms Cause a Headache for Librarians [Library Journal]
  22. What's library access worth to you? [Daily Herald]
  23. Kindle e-book piracy accelerates [CNET]
  24. Free Trove of Music Scores on Web Hits Sensitive Copyright Note [The New York Times]
  25. Who's killing the Dewey decimal system? [Chicago Tribune]
  26. Can Publishers Ever Fact-Check Like the New Yorker? No, But They Can Boost Credibility [Library Journal]
  27. HarperCollins Puts 26 Loan Cap on Ebook Circulations [Library Journal]
  28. Social Media Lure Academics Frustrated by Journals [The Chronicle of Higher Education]

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