– Cataloging Then, Now, and Tomorrow.
– LinkedIn sued over hacking incident that exposed six million passwords.
– Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak says the U.S. piracy case against Kim Dotcom is “hokey” and a threat to Internet innovation.
– Meanwhile Richard O’Dwyer, 24, is to be extradited from the U.K. to the U.S. on copyright charges for a website that is totally legal in the U.K.
– Penguin returns its e-books to New York libraries.
– Pew study: library patrons largely unaware of e-book offerings.
– But the same Pew study showed libraries say they find it difficult to acquire e-books for their users because of a restrictive policy on the part of book publishers.
– Will your children inherit your eBooks?
– Arizona libraries prepare for new obscenity law. Civil libertarians say it is too strict.
– Making eBooks is harder than you think.
– A new agreement between EBSCO Publishing and SirsiDynix will provide mutual customers with easier access to the databases, e-journals and other e-content end users are looking for.
– Flesky IOS app allows the visually impaired to use iPhone.
– Japan Passes Jail-for-Downloaders Anti-Piracy Law.
– IBM’s new supercomputer is cooled with hot water.
– Happy birthday Alan Turing, father of modern computing.