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taking on library vendors – a call to arms

Sarah Houghton-Jan has had it, and I don’t blame her. Reading Meredith’s post about EBSCOs shady dealings just made be gnash my teeth again and wish that there was a decent way we could let our vendors know that sure … Continue reading

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Librarian in Black redesigns and moves

Sarah Houghton-Jan has a new URL and an all new look. Go over to her inaugural post and say hello. Don’t forget to update your feeds!

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end of the week links

There was a while during which I’d pretty much only blog on Fridays. MetaFilter was a little more relaxed, I was catching up on things, I usually wasn’t working. The downside was that a lot of people weren’t reading many … Continue reading

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ACLU: Internet content filters, not for governments to decide

“Government imposed censorship is very different from censorship imposed by a parent.” “Internet content filtering does in fact have flaws… It overblocks.” Thanks to Sarah for the heads up and kudos for the ACLU using your research. I find that … Continue reading

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