Library Link of the Day

February 2014

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  1. Lemony Snicket Sponsors Prize for Librarians Facing Adversity [School Library Journal]
  2. Book thieves stole 70,144 books from the Brooklyn Public Library in 2012 [The Daily News]
  3. Netflix and Google Books Are Blurring the Line Between Past and Present [Wired]
  4. ‘No shush’ library launches programs aimed at teens [The Tullahoma News]
  5. Last sale? Libraries’ rights in the digital age [College & Research Libraries News]
  6. Seth Godin: Why I want you to steal my ideas [TED Blog]
  7. Why I Don’t Care About Open Access to Research—and Why You Should [Pacific Standard]
  8. Who Says Libraries Are Going Extinct? [Pacific Standard]
  9. As Data Proliferate, So Do Data-Related Graduate Programs [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  10. Amazon’s latest page-turner: book publishing [The Seattle Times]
  11. Bidding Starts Early For Site Of Obama's Future Library [Weekend Edition]
  12. Even in the digital age, home libraries remain retreats [The Boston Globe]
  13. Impatience Has Its Reward: Books Are Rolled Out Faster [The New York Times]
  14. Between a Google Glass and a Hard Place [American Libraries]
  15. Journal Editors Get Twitter-Savvy [Science]
  16. The State of Readers’ Advisory [Library Journal]
  17. Libraries Serve As Health Insurance Info Hubs [WebMD]
  18. Children ‘need lessons in how to concentrate’ because of impact of social media [The Independent]
  19. Radio Station’s Music Collection Brings Big Challenges to U. of Texas at Austin [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  20. IT Security for You and Your Library [Computers in Libraries]
  21. Librarians on the Common Core: Cautious Optimism [School Library Journal]
  22. Library Consortium Tests Interlibrary Loans of e-Books [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  23. Eyes on the Stars [StoryCorps]
  24. Audiobooks and the Return of Storytelling [The New York Times]
  25. The VIDA Count 2013 [VIDA]
  26. Publishers withdraw more than 120 gibberish papers [Nature]
  27. If You Think You're Anonymous Online, Think Again [Fresh Air]
  28. A project for the books: Philly photographer shoots librarians []

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