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  1. Hot Games for Fall 2008

    By Jason Griffey | The titanic battle of musical rythm games happens this Fall, when both Guitar Hero World Tour and Rock Band II will be released. Both are sequels to hugely successful games, and both games up the ante in their own way. Guitar Hero World ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  2. Digits are Mightier than the Sword, and the Buck

    By Tom Peters | The last half of August is a transition period.  For many people it is the end of summer as a human experience, regardless of how summer is defined in national holidays, meteorological averages or the wobbling of the earth on its axis.  It ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  3. Tech-Savvy Teens Can Help Design Your Library

    By Daniel A. Freeman | I think one of the coolest things about a library is that in addition to the service that it provides directly, it is also a forum. Each library serves a community and in turn, that community uses the library to discuss and learn mo ...

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  4. TS Reader Photo

    By Cindi Trainor | Multimedia Production Room OSU Sullivant Library Learning Çommons Originally uploaded by dieverdog Learning Commons have become--pardon the expression--common in academic libraries, offering collaborative, high-tech spaces and  services ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 17:56 - Professional Tools

  5. It's the Little Things, and People, that Count

    By Cindi Trainor | I have visited a lot of libraries this summer, looking for interesting architecture, technology, and landscaping that would make for good photos. I visited the new Daviess County Public Library in Owensboro, Kentucky, last weekend, and ...

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  6. Family Trees Get the 2.0 Treatment With Geni

    By Michelle Boule | As a new mom, I’ve been thinking nonstop about family. I look at my son and wonder what I will tell him about his family. Genealogy has been a quest for every generation, and has become much more popular in recent years. Still, until n ...

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  7. Library Technology in a Slow Economy

    By Daniel A. Freeman | This past weekend CBS News ran this report, which examines how in an economic downturn, many families using their libraries for low-cost fun and entertainment. While it’s clear that a rough economy increases the demand for public li ...

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  8. What's on Tap for GLLS2008

    By Jenny Levine | The preliminary program for the 2008 ALA TechSource Gaming, Learning, and Libraries Symposium is now available and registration is underway. This year's program includes topics for academic, public, and school librarians interested ...

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  9. Can Bookmobiles Help Close the Digital Divide?

    By Daniel A. Freeman | Long ago, in the twitterless, 1.0 dark age of 2003, I got one of the coolest jobs in the world—I was a bookmobile driver at the Champaign Public Library.   Aside from the obvious perk of getting to drive a huge bus around town, this ...

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  10. Keeping the Library Relevant: A Tour of the Georgia Tech Library Learning Commons

    By Michael Stephens | While in Atlanta in May for SOLINET, Michael Casey and I had the opportunity to tour the Georgia Tech Library Learning Commons. I've followed the blogging of  Brian Mathews  for some time at  The Ubiquitous Librarian, and am alw ...

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