- No more overdue fines?!
- Toronto librarians strike continues.
- Recently digitized works from Harvard's Houghton Library.
- Interesting ideas about "post-campus" (i.e. all-online) learning.
- Librarian Twitter bingo!
- Unpublished Hemingway letters made available by JFK Library.
I'm always super productive on Fridays because I hate doing work (school or otherwise) on the weekends, so I try to get it all done before I go home! So I'll be wrapping up my first week of Spring quarter today. Woohoo.
- NYT online paywall moved from 20 articles/month to 10.
- More than 80,000 of Einstein's documents going online.
- What will you do with your personal digital archives?
- What do you think of a digital Copyright card catalog?
Sorry there aren't so many... only a few stories caught my eye this week.
- Encyclopedia Britannica to stop printing books.
- Library Journal's Movers & Shakers 2012.
- Kurt from Glee will be at ALA Annual.
Question: Any other bloggers out there who do link round-ups, do you find that a link you found early in the week is untimely by the time you post your list? I feel like the Encyclopedia Britannica story is old news now...