This week's delayed episode brings a news miscellany. News threads have gone madly off in all directions.
LISWire: EBSCO Publishing’s eBook Collection Increases Significantly with Release of New Subject Sets
LISWire: Six Libraries Partner to Bring Customizable Print Slips to Koha
LISEvents: LITA National Forum Conference
Ars Technica: Report: What do we need the 'Net for? Bars, restaurants, and clubs
Technollama: CC 4.0, an end to porting Creative Commons licenses?
The Register: EC: New principles agreed for out-of-print book licensing
PCMag.com: FCC's Net Neutrality Rules Take Effect Nov. 20
Ars Technica: "Google rigs its results," say critics at Senate antitrust hearing
RIANOVOSTI: Internet regulation no threat to freedom of expression - Moscow
Ars Technica: Russia, China, Tajikistan propose UN "code of conduct" for the 'Net
The Atlantic: The Ruins of Dead Social Networks
Voices for the Library: Library Campaign Conference: 22 October, London
Voices for the Library: The Privatisation of Public Library Services
Voices for the Library: The situation in Northern Ireland
technology review: Will Super Wi-Fi Live Up To Its Name?
Dave Winer: Facebook is scaring me
Stephen's Lighthouse: Facebook Dominates (and the new READ button on FB)
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LISTen: An LISNews.org Program -- Episode #168 by The Air Staff of Erie Looking Productions is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.