There was a good article about WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Paul Assange, by Raffi Khatchadourian, in the June 7 issue of the New Yorker.
Category: July 2010
New Book: Vanishing Act: The Erosion of Online Footnotes and Implications for Scholarship in the Digital Age
Vanishing Act: The Erosion of Online Footnotes and Implications for Scholarship in the Digital Age Authors: Michael Bugeja and Daniela Dimitrova Price: $18.00 Published: Summer 2010 ISBN: 978-1-936117-14-7 Printed on … Read more New Book: Vanishing Act: The Erosion of Online Footnotes and Implications for Scholarship in the Digital Age
There’s a good interview with Library Juice Press author and series editor Emily Drabinski by Julia West in The Desk Set blog. Emily is co-editor of Critical Library Instruction: Theories … Read more Interview with Emily Drabinski on the Desk Set blog
Just a quick link without comment to an IF issue that I think deserves the ALA establishment’s attention. Rowland Keshena of the Speed of Dreams blog has posted an item … Read more Facebook Intellectual Freedom Issue (Political Repression)
John Miedema, author of Slow Reading, was interviewed for the Italian newspaper, Europa. The interview is in Italian, but John has provided a rough translation.
I am working on a list of quirky libraries. The criteria are as follows: Exists for a quirky, artistic, or demonstrative purpose – in other words, not a normal library … Read more Help me compile a list of quirky libraries