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fair but wrong, some thoughts about DRM from the British Library among others

British Library says that DRM makes it tough to do its job. Libraries are allowed to give access to, copy and distribute items through “fair dealing” and “library privilege” clauses in copyright law. But as publishers attempt to stop the … Continue reading

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ranganathan, transcribed

David Weinberger has taken the time to transcribe the tape that William Denton posted where Ranganathan discusses Melvil Dewey, from 1964. Thank you, David. when Dewey came to the Columbia University, he was insisting that he should have lady assistants. … Continue reading

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