Library Link of the Day

April 2013

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  1. Using Social Media [TED Talks]
  2. How the internet is making us poor [Quartz]
  3. For Libraries, MOOCs Bring Uncertainty and Opportunity [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  4. Intersections of Scholarly Communication and Information Literacy [ALA]
  5. Publishing frontiers: The library reboot [Nature]
  6. Disruptions: Digital Era Redefining Etiquette [The New York Times]
  7. Authentic Librarianship and the Procrustean Collection [Library Journal]
  8. Reading, Writing and Video Games [The New York Times]
  9. What is the DPLA? [Library Journal]
  10. Scientific Articles Accepted (Personal Checks, Too) [The New York Times]
  11. The Web We Lost [Anil Dash]
  12. Elsevier: All your data belongs to us [Salon]
  13. Settlement Announced In Lawsuit Over Seizure Of OWS Library [CBS News]
  14. Successful Plagiarism 101 [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  15. Library collects food instead of fines [Wausau Daily Herald]
  16. The Curious Incidence of Dogs in Publishing [Slate]
  17. Human genome: US Supreme Court hears patents case [BBC News]
  18. Herbert Richardson v. the World [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  19. The Last Bookshop [The Bakery]
  20. New Publisher Authors Trust: Themselves [The New York Times]
  21. Order and Liberty: The DPLA Launches [Inside Higher Ed]
  22. The Story of How a Book Stolen by the Nazis Made Its Way Back Home [The Atlantic]
  23. Open access: four ways it could enhance academic freedom [The Guardian]
  24. World Book Night 2013: half a million free books to be handed out [The Telegraph]
  25. Rewinding History, Bush Museum Lets You Decide [The New York Times]
  26. Owner, new CEO of Powell's Books see strength in brick and mortar [The Oregonian]
  27. 3D-printed guns are inevitable [CNET]
  28. The Dark Side of the Digital Revolution [The Wall Street Journal]
  29. The Wise Way to Crowdsource a Manhunt [The New Yorker]
  30. Can We Talk About the MLS? [Library Journal]

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