Thursday, December 16, 2010

It's not quite this arctic here, but there's a lot of snow and the roads are not to be trusted. But, like the postal service, librarianship goes on regardless of weather!

The winners of the final Pimp My Bookcart contest have been announced!

A historian gives his viewpoint on the Wikileaks event and the impact it may have on researchers.

Alan Gibbons is trying to save UK libraries from budget cuts and reductions. It's a hard fight.

The definition of "information" is now the length of a novella. No wonder we have so much trouble with the word these days. (We're going through this at work in the process of marketing the library. Fun!)

The New York Times imagined the world of 2011 back in 1931 as part of the paper's 80th birthday. How many predictions have come true? Quite a few, actually.

Tomorrow: links from others!

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