Submitted by Tom Peters on September 21, 2005 - 9:49am
Tuesday three individual authors, as well as the Authors Guild, which represents approximately 8,000 authors, filed a lawsuit against Google over the library portion of its Google Library Project.
The suit (covered on Boing Boing Tuesday), claiming massive copyright infringement, was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York by lawyers representing Daniel Hoffman, a poet; Betty Miles, a childrenâ€™s and YA (young adult) author; and Herbert Mitgang, a Lincoln biographer. Read More »
Submitted by Teresa Koltzenburg on September 21, 2005 - 9:40am
Submitted by Teresa Koltzenburg on September 21, 2005 - 9:39am
Submitted by Tom Peters on September 20, 2005 - 5:33pm
Welcome, Everyone. I'm glad that ALA TechSource has started this blog to highlight trends, issues, and opportunities regarding library and information technology. It's an honor to be blogging with the likes of Jenny Levine, Karen Schneider, and Michael Stephens. As the newbie to blogging, I have the right (and responsibility!) to ask the dumb questions and make the stupid mistakes. Stay tuned.
Although I plan to blog whatever developments seem noteworthy, the areas of IT that currently interest me include: Read More »
Submitted by Teresa Koltzenburg on September 20, 2005 - 4:21pm
ALA TechSource Blog is official! I was able to subscribe in my aggregator, now you can too!
Submitted by Teresa Koltzenburg on September 20, 2005 - 12:25pm
The new ALA TechSource site (which includes this blog) is propagating today. Should be able to pick this up tomorrow. Meanwhile, I'll take this opportunity to post some comment guidelines. These guidelines will eventually be accessible via a hotlink (for easy reference). But for now, here they are:
TechSource Blog Comment Guidelines Read More »
Submitted by Teresa Koltzenburg on September 19, 2005 - 10:06pm
Greetings Biblioblogosphere Devotees...
In case you don't know, ALA TechSource is a unit of the publishing division of the American Library Association (which, by the way, is the oldest and largest library association in the world!). The unit publishes Library Technology Reports, the periodical started by the venerable Howard White many years ago, and Smart Libraries Newsletter (formerly Library Systems Newsletter), which these days features monthly articles from Marshall Breeding and Tom Peters.
ALA TechSource is proud to welcome contributing TechSource bloggers: Read More »
Submitted by Teresa Koltzenburg on November 30, 1999 - 1:00am