Library Link of the Day

June 2012

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  1. The Librarian [Unexpected Rap Stars]
  2. Authors win class status in Google books suit [MSNBC]
  3. Google helps Chinese avoid censorship [USA Today]
  4. No More Gatekeepers [Library Journal]
  5. Hill may freeze THOMAS in digital past [The Washington Examiner]
  6. Utah Librarians fear decision about lesbian mom book sets bad precedent [The Salt Lake Tribune]
  7. Publishing industry gathers for annual convention [The Wall Street Journal]
  8. MLA Shift on Copyright [Inside Higher Ed]
  9. Propaganda firm owner admits attacks on journalists [USA Today]
  10. A sci-fi giant who wrote the future [The Sydney Morning Herald]
  11. My Library, Myself [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  12. When did libraries get noisy? [The New Zealand Herald]
  13. Patent granted to encourage purchase of digital textbooks [Ars Technica]
  14. Scholarly Publishing 2012: Meet PeerJ [Publishers Weekly]
  15. Who will preserve the past for future generations? [The Globe and Mail]
  16. The Antidote to e-Books [The New York Times]
  17. Books are competing for shelf space [The Kansas City Star]
  18. Libraries to charge patrons for not picking up holds [CBC News]
  19. The Best And Worst Master's Degrees For Jobs [Forbes]
  20. Open access is the future of academic publishing, says Finch report [The Guardian]
  21. Google: government requests to censor content 'alarming' [MSNBC]
  22. Why Amazon's Rumored Retail Bookstore Will Be Huge [Forbes]
  23. Affection for PDA [Inside Higher Ed]
  24. Nancy Pearl loses some luster [The Washington Post]
  25. Penguin returns its e-books to New York libraries [The Christian Science Monitor]
  26. Google fights to save 3,054 dying languages [CNN]
  27. Brazil prisoners reading books to shorten their sentences [The Telegraph]
  28. Online Library Group Announces New President, Then Rescinds Offer [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  29. After Long Resistance, Pynchon Allows Novels to Be Sold as E-Books [The New York Times]
  30. Throwing the Book at Overdue Book Offender [Albuquerque Journal]

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