28 March 2007

LibVibe - 29 March 2007

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Co-founder of Wikipedia tells LibVibe - and you - about
his latest project...and his thoughts on libraries!

Stories reported:
Citizendium debuts; Offline Americans see Internet of little value; Portland, ME main library move will be up to voters; ACRL annual in Baltimore; On architecture: how the new Central Library really stacks up.


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25 March 2007

LibVibe - 26 March 2007

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21 March 2007

LibVibe - 22 March 2007

LC spokesman tells LibVibe - and you - about
cuts in digital preservation project budget.

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Stories reported:
Congress rescinds $47 million in LC funding; Libraries struggle to adapt to digital age; Candidates admit to varying degrees of library card usage; Library Media Project closing; Library changes lives; Library workers want to shelve dress code; Of the places you'll go, is the library still one of them?

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18 March 2007

LibVibe - 19 March 2007

14 March 2007

LibVibe - 15 March 2007

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Stories reported:
Another library signs-on with Google book project; Google's YouTube hits a wall of resistance; San Franciso Public Library delays five branches (story, editorial); Hudson library plan defeated; Sports Illustrated/intellectual freedom follow-up; State library board names new director; Beach librarian to be refunded legal fees in perfume tiff.


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11 March 2007

LibVibe - 12 March 2007

Sports Illustrated spokesman tells LibVibe - and you - why they didn't send libraries the swimsuit issue!

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Stories reported:
Sports Illustrated withholds swimsuit issue from libraries and schools; Boy, 14, accused of poisoning school librarian; City slashes library budget; Man pleads guilty to using library equipment to make fake tax forms; Stolen Civil War documents reappear at the library; New LIS school in Canada; Librarian fights health problems, school district; NMLA keynote preview; Like a bookmobile, but taller and not as thirsty!


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07 March 2007

LibVibe - 8 March 2007

Winery veep tells LibVibe how it all began...at a library!

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Stories reported:
Information Navigation 101; Prosecutor: high school books aren't obscene; State legislature tries to address library funding snag; Public library fights for place in infastructure bond; Sex offender charged with molesting girl at library; Winemaker's library connection; Former Vermont librarian wins award; Study on quantity of digital data.


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04 March 2007

LibVibe - 5 March 2007

Library director tells LibVibe why he's blocking MySpace

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Stories reported:
Is library display 'hate speech' or just an alternate view?; Brooklyn library under fire for truncating exhibit—is it censorship?; House to consider social networking bill; Libraries to block MySpace acounts; Rare manuscript volume stolen from UCLA special collections; Rochester blocks funding threat with filter-policy review; Chicago Public Library granted $1 million for computer training; Return that library book!


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