Monthly Archives: May 2009

Free Legal Web

Free Legal Web is a new UK site. Its homepage states: We have a thriving web of free-access legislation, judgments and other materials on OPSI, the Statute Law Database, BAILII and government websites, and thousands of useful free guides, articles and … Continue reading

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Pew Typology of Mobile Internet Users

(via Library Tech NZ). The Pew Internet & American Life Project has a new report out, on the different ways in which people make use (or don’t) of mobile/wireless ICT. As is common for Pew, they’ve divided users into a … Continue reading

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Statements provocative and otherwise

A quick roundup of reaction to the Taiga Provocative Statements (2 page PDF): a collection of statements about the future of libraries (though the focus appears to be on academic libraries, with a US flavour: unsurprising given that the authors are … Continue reading

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Some quick links

Techdirt reports a study that workers who surf the ‘net at work are more productive. I’m simultaneously rejoicing and bookmarking this. Paul Reynolds reports that the very wonderful Powerhouse Museum in Sydney is releasing all its collection data under Creative … Continue reading

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