Library Link of the Day

January 2016

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  1. The Current State of Linked Data in Libraries, Archives, and Museums [Library Technology Reports]
  2. Lifting the Veil on the New York Public Library’s Erotica Collection [The New York Times]
  3. 'Data-light' in the deep field with Worldreader [The Bookseller]
  4. How the Internet changed the way we read [The Daily Dot]
  5. Will Future Historians Consider These Days The Digital Dark Ages? [Morning Edition]
  6. The Evolving Catalog [American Libraries]
  7. Authors Take Google Books Fight to Supreme Court [Newsweek]
  8. Judge says monkey cannot own copyright to famous selfies [Ars Technica]
  9. Everything you ever wanted know about ORCID . . . but were afraid to ask [College & Research Libraries News]
  10. How Chemistry Is Rescuing Our Audio History from Melting [Nautilus]
  11. New York Public Library puts more than 180,000 images online [USA Today]
  12. With adult coloring books on the rise, library hosts coloring groups [Northforker]
  13. Remembering David Bowie through his 100 favorite books [Los Angeles Times]
  14. Does “Mein Kampf” Remain a Dangerous Book? [The New Yorker]
  15. 1Lib1Ref [Wikipedia]
  16. You are not what you read: librarians purge user data to protect privacy [The Guardian]
  17. Spread of internet has not conquered 'digital divide' between rich and poor – report [The Guardian]
  18. Wikipedia at 15 [Inside Higher Ed]
  19. Legislation Would Let Libraries Get Tough On Overdue Items [Wisconsin Public Radio]
  20. How Could The Winds of Winter Be Published In Only Three Months? [TOR]
  21. Uploading of Anne Frank’s diary ruffles legal feathers [SWI]
  22. Before I Can Fix This Tractor, We Have to Fix Copyright Law [Slate]
  23. Fee approved for tutors, businesses using Park Ridge Library [Chicago Tribune]
  24. In New Artwork, Wafaa Bilal Enlists the Public to Rebuild a Destroyed Baghdad Library [ArtSlant]
  25. Pooches help kids have a doggone good time at the library [Missoulian]
  26. Children's Books Embedded With Racism As A Teaching Opportunity [Weekend Edition]
  27. The Quest for Diversity in Library Staffing: From Awareness to Action [In the Library with the Lead Pipe]
  28. 11-Year-Old 'Sick of Reading About White Boys and Dogs' Launches #1000BlackGirlBooks [Jezebel]
  29. In Dubuque, no 'Appraisal' worth losing Wood's works [Telegraph Herald]
  30. Academics Want You to Read Their Work for Free [The Atlantic]
  31. Penthouse magazine axes print edition [The Guardian]

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