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Disruptive Library Technology Jester

We're Disrupted, We're Librarians, and We're Not Going to Take It Anymore

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    Het richt zich daarmee vermoedelijk op veel kleinere bibliotheken. De disruptive librarian blog bespreekt de ontwikkelingen http://dltj.org/article/worldcat-local-quick-start/ . Het stelt terecht de vraag: wat nu als je uit de cloud terug wilt naar een lokaal systeem? Please log in using one of ... Read article

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    jobs.code4lib.org Code4lib jobs: Software Developer

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    lists.w3.org Re: Brainstorming: Key Issues from Karen Coyle on 2011-02-22 (public-xg-lld@w3.org from February 2011)

    > > This is possibly tangential to our charge, but I think our report > needs to stake out some territory here for further development > because there is a huge group of library professionals that are > still trying to figure out how to shoehorn linked data in to the > MARC record structure. > > ... Read article

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    nnlm.gov MidContinental Region News » Blog Archive » Comparison of Alpha/Bing/Squared

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    Coyle's InFormation Comments on the digital age from Karen Coyle. go to hellman Information and commentary on internet technology, publishing, and libraries from Eric Hellman, President of GlueJar Inc. No Shelf Required A blog about eBooks, designed to inform librarians and publishers of the happ... Read article

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    reddit.com Blacked Out Government Websites Available Through Wayback Machine (Library of Congress and others) : Libraries

    I've been using cached versions of metadata schema documentation from LC for class and it sucks. Google cache and Wayback Machine (run by the Internet Archive) are similar, but I'm pretty sure Google only has very recent caches of websites. Wayback Machine has cached pages from as far back as 199... Read article

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    cloud.lib.wfu.edu Professional Development – NISO

    Specifically, on how catalogs should be able to remove dead ends and provide alternative paths to the precise items to which a user is interested; people come to the library to find, not to search. By utilizing features such as relevance ranking, faceted searching, tags, and regional borrowing op... Read article

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    librarygarden.net 2009 March « Library Garden

    Some random surfing today brought me to this article posted by the Telegraph in the U.K which also includes a slide show of more than a dozen street view images that have been pulled from the service following complaints or requests since the service went live recently in the U.K. and other Europ... Read article

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    digitallibrary.hypotheses.org W3C Incubator Group Report on Library Linked Data Published | Digital library

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