– Criminal Charges Dropped in Canada Customs Manga Case.
– The Future of Canadian Publishing as heard on CBC Radio’s Sunday Morning. What surprised me was that two of the publishers felt people were reading LESS these days. I guess they have not been to a local library lately. Listen here.
– That Sound You Hear? It’s The Library World Changing.
– The future of mobile devices for libraries. Mobile library services are a leading innovation trend in libraries in 2012.
– Ebook Providers, ILS Vendors Move Rapidly to Remove Friction From E-Lending; OverDrive APIs Coming in April.
– Here is an interesting post from Librarians Without Borders: Is the Ghana Library Authority Serving Its Purpose?
– The Three Astronauts: A Vintage Semiotic Children’s Book about Tolerance by Umberto Eco.
– Can Children’s eBooks Provide “A Quiet Bedtime Read”?
– If you like me think Captcha is getting harder and harder to read you are not alone. I wonder what the heck seniors are suppose to do! Here is why it is getting harder to read those squiggles.
– You may have noticed that most major browsers now include a “do not track” app extension (more info here). For instance since using my in Chrome a couple of weeks ago I have had a total of 6,844 attempts to track me stopped. One conspicuous absence from the Do Not Track discussions is Facebook.
– Alan Turing’s Reading List: What the Computing Pioneer Borrowed from his School Library.
– Stop and read the lavender. Your brain on fiction.
– Apps for Apes. Got an old iPad you don’t need now that you just upgraded? Donate it to an Orangutan.