Thursday, January 10, 2013

“Do we still need libraries?” asks the New York Times of several people. Also from the NYT: Libraries experiment with the bookstore model.

Now you can search Google like it’s 1960! Uh, it takes a while to get results.

Bill Lucey lists the 100 most-searched terms on Lexis in 2012.

Law Libra, authored by a law librarian, talks about the ins and outs of the profession, and recently ran a series examining different search databases and comparing the results when searching each of them. If anyone wants to know what I do all day, here you go!

Mysterious basement decorated with historic paraphernalia is discovered in Portland. Materials in basement are attributed to the Oregonian. The Oregonian investigates further and reveals the basement's true history. Neat, neat stuff.

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