Thursday, August 02, 2007

The good people at ResourceShelf have put together a comprehensive list of resources for the Minneapolis bridge story, including a link to sources for streaming audio and video coverage.

A former news researcher is detailing her last months online though the Oregonian. This is difficult to watch, but ultimately very affirming.

And now for something completely silly: this spoof article is about a proposed Hottie Librarians calendar. I think ALA should actually go with this; it'd be a great fundraiser.

LLRX has a great pathfinder for gay and lesbian law. It looks as if it covers a lot of transgender-related law, too.

Why should you, as a librarian, care about and promote this Web 2.0 business? Well, here's a rather detailed list explaining what it is and why you should care.

Tomorrow: links from others!

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