Library Link of the Day

August 2014

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  1. The Digital Public Library of America: Collaboration, Content, and Technology at Scale [EDUCAUSE Review]
  2. Makerbot Replicator 2: 3D Printing Tips From an Early Adopter [Computers in Libraries]
  3. Librarians reveal NYC’s most insanely overdue books [New York Post]
  4. How websites are experimenting on you [BBC Future]
  5. Singapore Has Banned an Archie Comic for Depicting a Gay Wedding [Time]
  6. Department of Agriculture cracks down on seed libraries [The Sentinel]
  7. Expect More: Demanding Better Libraries For Today's Complex World [R. David Lankes]
  8. U.S. libraries become front line in fight against homelessness [Reuters]
  9. Kindle Unlimited and Libraries [Library Journal]
  10. 23 of the most creatively designed Little Free Libraries [Mother Nature Network]
  11. Coffee House Press' writers in the stacks residencies view libraries as places of artistic inspiration [Star Tribune]
  12. Do Wikipedia's internal tiffs deter newcomers? [BBC News]
  13. Monkey Self-Portrait Continues To Raise Issues Of Copyright Control [Popular Photography]
  14. How far should Google go to find child porn? [Salon]
  15. Being a Better Online Reader [The New Yorker]
  16. Librarians Fight FBI Spies [American Free Press]
  17. Geek is the new cool [The Martha's Vineyard Times]
  18. Library 2.0 [Boulder Weekly]
  19. What the 'death of the library' means for the future of books [The Week]
  20. New Florida University Unveils Bookless Library [Library Journal]
  21. NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Library Edition [New Media Consortium]
  22. Google now getting 30 million piracy removal requests every month [ZDNet]
  23. Readers absorb less on Kindles than on paper, study finds [The Guardian]
  24. Is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook the future of e-readers? [The Christian Science Monitor]
  25. Asserting Rights We Don’t Have: Libraries and “Permission to Publish” [Library Journal]
  26. How Streaming Media Could Threaten the Mission of Libraries [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  27. Class of 2018 Mindset List [Beloit College]
  28. Content creation changes with the times [Westlake | Bay Village Observer]
  29. Respected medical journal turns to dark side [Ottowa Citizen]
  30. The executive order that led to mass spying, as told by NSA alumni [Ars Technica]
  31. Who Owns Your iTunes Library After Death? [Slate]

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