Phil the Web Crawler – Marriage of Random House and Penguin, under 30s use libraries, the future of libraries and cities and historical kid lit database.

– What that Random House and Penguin Books may mean for digital reading.

– Pew study finds 60 percent of Americans under 30 used the library in the past year.

– From the desk of Christina Neigel, Reflections of a Thomas Frey Presentation: The Future of Libraries and Cities.

– EBSCO Publishing announces new e-book and audiobook collections providing sports and politics resources.

– Bowker: Number of self-published books up 287% since 2006.

– Review: iBooks 3′s new scrolling view, collections, sharing.

– Overdrive Media Console Now Available for Windows 8.

– Bibliotheca launches online customer discussion board.

– Wattpad tries serial fiction, with help from Margaret Atwood.

– Apple releases iBooks 3, expands to more countries.

– And finally here in stunning digital glory is the University of Washington’s Historical Childrens’ Literature database.

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Library and Information Technician, Adult Education and Workplace Training Certificate, Information specialist, I love information, I eat sleep and bathe in information. Then I pay it forward.
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