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Google Print, the beginning of atomized texts?

Google Print starts the scanners up again this week. What does Michael Gorman have to say about it? Is this the sort of thing that ALA needs to have a stated opinion about? Does ALA need to “get in the … Continue reading

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job opening for displaced librarian, pass it on

ALA President Michael Gorman posted this to the Council list and I made a web page for it using pasta. Please pass this information, or this idea, on. Temporary Librarian Position, For Librarian Displaced by Hurricane Katrina In order to … Continue reading

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ALA statement on Katrina

Statement from ALA President Michael Gorman on impact of Hurricane Katrina

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gorman, coda

Incoming ALA President Michael Gorman’s last line in his [brief] inaugural address: “My completed remarks will be on my blog in the morning.” Classic.

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Gorman & Google cage match

Michael Gorman has some bad points and some good points in this Chronicle of Higher Education interview about Google. Good points: serious scholarship is about deep knowledge which is harder to get through Google in its current incarnation, than through … Continue reading

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