Phil the Web Crawler – Save Canadian National Archives, free stories from Gaiman, and disappearing history on web.

– Documentary Organization of Canada launches campaign to save Canadian National Archives.

– And the death by a thousand cuts at Library and Archives Canada continues.

– It seems a week can’t go by without a new incident of plagiarism by some prominent journalist, and this week it’s Canadian Margaret Wente, a star columnist.

– Great ALA video promotion for libraries.  Libraries: Changing Lives, Transforming Communities.

– ALA President Protests Library Ebook Sales Practices in Open Letter to Publishers.

– Can MOOCs help sell textbooks?

– Is Panama About to Pass the Worst Copyright Law in History?

– Downtown LA Intersection Renamed For Sci-Fi Author Ray Bradbury.

– Book sculpture flows out of Museum Meermanno.

– Neil Gaiman introduces free stories.

– Walmart to Discontinue Amazon Kindle e-Reader and Tablet Sales.

Disappearing history on the disappearing web.

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