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the nature of observing disturbs the observed

Danny Sullivan explains why librarians might care about what he calls “the biggest change that has ever happened in search engines” Google’s Personalized Results. [juice]

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One million books scanned at UMich

The Chronicle of Higher Ed has a short blurb and the dean of libraries Paul Courant has a longer post on his own blog. The University of Michigan has hit the “one million books scanned” milestone. As far as I … Continue reading

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