Phil the Web Crawler -Twitter library chats, IE10 user privacy, Google settles, MLIS value questioned, demanding better ebook services, Ray Bradbury’s e-backlist and a smart bed

– Microsoft makes user privacy priority one in IE10 and angers advertisers.

– Library launches summer reading program inspired by video games.

– Google settles dispute with French authors and publishers.

– The Literary Press Group’s Canada Book Fund Support has been restored by Minister of Canadian Heritage James Moore.

– When the economy eventually recovers, will the value of the MLS degree recover with it?

20 Twitter chats every librarian should know about.

– Top Libraries in U.S. and Canada Issue Statement Demanding Better Ebook Services.

– Ray Bradbury wasn’t a digital dinosaur; e-backlist coming.

– And finally in the what will they think of next category: A smart bed that makes itself.


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