31 January 2007

LibVibe - 1 February 2007

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Stories reported:
Man is accused of e-mailing child porn; Accurate, but not the whole story; Comments welcomed on Burger's library agenda draft; Burger to appoint LIS task force; Shhhh! No howling in USU library.

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28 January 2007

LibVibe - 29 January 2007

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Stories reported:
OR library system to close in April, may revive; Three teens charged in library trashing; SCU library gets $20 million gift; A librarian's lament: books are a hard sell; Thousands attend opening of downtown library; What libraries can learn from bookstores.

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24 January 2007

LibVibe - 25 January 2007

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Stories reported:
ALA Midwinter meeting in Seattle draws solid crowd; EPA won't close more libraries without consultation; LSTA funds likely frozen at FY06 levels; Libraries struggle with child overload; Policy axed on library visit; Bookshop's happy ending.

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21 January 2007

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16 January 2007

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10 January 2007

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07 January 2007

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03 January 2007

LibVibe - 3 January 2007

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Stories reported:
Lock the library! Rowdy students are taking over; The changing role of librarians; Equity firm buys SirsiDynix from fund; Minneapolis PL to close three branches temporarily; New DC central library on hold; Ministry defends Billy Graham Library; Ohio PL gets $10 million bequest; In Silicon Valley, the race is on to trump Google; Biblio Tech.

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