Phil the Web Crawler – Lawsuit dropped against McMaster Librarian, Teen poetry revolution, Amazon limits access, Harvard Library Lab, and who owns Pop’s past?

phil fall 2010

– Book publisher to drop lawsuit against McMaster librarian.

– Recorded Books in Partnership with SirsiDynix Announces eResource Central Integration.

– Librarians have a convenient way to begin or expand their e-book collection with 23 new eBook Subjects Sets from EBSCO Publishing.

– How the internet is kickstarting a teen poetry revolution.

– As Nook revenues plunge, B&N says it’s “calibrating” strategy but “committed” to devices.

– Updated: Amazon tells iOS users not to download latest Kindle app update.

– Authors face change as Amazon tightens affiliate policy on free Kindle books.

Who owns Pop’s past?

– Here’s some very interesting viewing for library/database/information retrieval types. Harvard Library Lab Releases 20 Project Overview Videos Online.

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About philfeedback

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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