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Late January roundup

I’m somewhat late here, but these are worth reading if you missed them… Meredith Farkas links to a couple of interesting posts on libraries in social networks, by Kate Sheehan and Andrea Mercado: both argue that librarians often don’t understand … Continue reading

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Google Books vs my library (1-0 Google)

It’s been a while since I played around with Google Books, and I have to say I’m impressed. When it first launched, it was lousy – the search engine was basically broken,  so that (for example) a search on the … Continue reading

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