Library Link of the Day

September 2014

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  1. Questions for IBM’s Watson [The New York Times]
  2. What Do Schools Risk By Going ‘Full Google’? [MindShift]
  3. Why Your Library May Soon Have Laser Cutters and 3-D Printers [Wired]
  4. Pastor wants 'demonic' books removed from public library [abc13 News]
  5. In Maryland, a Soviet-Style Punishment for a Novelist [The Atlantic]
  6. How tech is changing reading at libraries [Marketplace]
  7. Book Publishing, Not Fact-Checking [The Atlantic]
  8. When Book Reviews Go Wrong [ABC News]
  9. Can textbook costs be controlled? [The Boston Globe]
  10. Here’s Why We Need to Protect Public Libraries [Slate]
  11. New Pew Report Explores Young Americans' Library Habits [Publishers Weekly]
  12. Taking A Long-Overdue Sledgehammer To The Public Library [Elasticity]
  13. Books that have stayed with us [Facebook]
  14. 'Bookbook' ad from Ikea mocks Apple in a brilliant way [The Christian Science Monitor]
  15. Publishers Gave Away 122,951,031 Books During World War II [The Atlantic]
  16. Libraries may digitize books without permission, EU top court rules [PCWorld]
  17. Montgomery libraries change to reflect digital world [Montgomery Advertiser]
  18. Bible-pushing Christians open the door for Satanic activity books in Florida schools [Raw Story]
  19. Ebooks or Paper Books: Your Best Arguments [Lifehacker]
  20. How copyright became the best defense against revenge porn [The Washington Post]
  21. Paper Vs. Plasma: How the Digital Reading Shift is Impacting Your Brain [The Takeaway]
  22. Duck Penis Paradox: PLOS One's Mission to Democratize Science [New Republic]
  23. It’s Banned Books Week: Here are 5 Classic Books to Celebrate With [Time]
  24. Swets files for bankruptcy [The Bookseller]
  25. What happens to literacy when the internet turns into a giant TV station? [The Verge]
  26. Research Institutions Will Have To Identify 'Dual-Use' Pathogens [NPR]
  27. The Lost Art Of Cratedigging [Medium]
  28. Go digital or die, Australia’s cultural institutions told [GovernmentNews]
  29. Ellora’s Cave Sues Dear Author Book Blog for Defamation [The Digital Reader]
  30. Miami-Dade libraries need to end ‘bookish’ attitude, panel says [Miami Herald]

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