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Don Saklad sent along word of \"Net Control--
From the Digital Millennium Copyright Act DMCA
to censorware \"filtering\" to peer-to-peer programs:
How the battle to control the Internet is being shaped by government
and corporate interests\", happening tonite 7pm
Thursday, March 27, at MIT,
Bartos Auditorium, basement of E15.
Details below and Slides Here. -- Read More
Robin Blum writes: "The In My Book® line of greeting card/bookmarks is proving very popular with libraries, and we'd like to see them in even more libraries! We'll be exhibiting at our first library show in June, at the ALA Annual Show in Toronto, June 21-24, 2003. Be sure and visit us there at Booth #4047!
In the meantime, if you represent a qualified library, and you'd like to see a sample of one of our cards, we'd be happy to send you one. Here's how to do it.
Stan Gatchel writes "The Linux in Education Conference (LiEC) Spring Conference will offer an overview of Linux and how it can be applied in public education.
The mission of the Conference is to introduce Linux to an audience of educators, students, administrators, IT managers and other interested parties who may have no previous knowledge of Linux nor even any technical understanding of computing.
The conference will be held Saturday, April 5 at the Grand Prairie High School 9th Grade Center, Grand Prairie, Texas. Demos, presentations, and discussions will be held in this capacity-limited event -- so register early. It's free.
Stuart Urwin writes "New Electronic Newsletter and Database Resource helps
Information Professionals build their Career skills and Contacts.
Libraryevents.com has just launched a brand new service for information professionals. The
Library Events website provides up to date details of all the important events they need to
know about, to enhance their careers and to build up their professional skills and contacts.
The service consists of a current awareness database, which is fully searchable, and a
monthly newsletter, called LIS Events. It includes: -- Read More
Joseph Cadieux writes: \"
The Spring 2003 issue of THE SHY LIBRARIAN (Vol. 3, #1) is now available.
THE SHY LIBRARIAN is a quarterly print magazine which
\"promotes libraries, librarians, and books.\" The magazine, which
is written by librarians, focuses on library marketing, public and
community relations. Each issue contains an original fictional
short story featuring a librarian or a library setting, as well as
roughly 75 book reviews by librarians and teachers. You may also
someone for a Marian
The Spring 2003 issue of THE SHY LIBRARIAN features these
articles/columns... -- Read More
Knowledge@Wharton, the online research and business analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, has launched a new Web site called Universia Knowledge@Wharton. The new site, which is published in both Spanish and Portuguese, enables Knowledge@Wharton to reach Spanish and Portuguese speaking readers around the world.
Launched in May 1999, Knowledge@Wharton has over 250,000 subscribers in 189 countries. The Web site contains more than 11,500 articles and research papers in its database and more are added every week.
In an article published in the January 2002 issue of Inc. entitled, "Best of the Net - These business school sites can help you think big," the magazine looked at sites from 50 top schools and ranked Knowledge@Wharton number one. Inc. had a panel of CEOs evaluate sites in depth, and concluded that Knowledge@Wharton "is a trailblazer and as good an example of Web branding as you'll find anywhere."
Knowledge@Wharton is free and can be accessed here in English.
Adam Wright writes "Hi. I am the creator of the Special Librarian Job Board and I have decided to expand it to include all types of libraries. I am hoping this decision will allow more libraries and librarians to take advantage of this valuable resource. You can access the
Librarian Job Board at http://www11.brinkster.com/amwlkaw/index.asp. "
Madeline Douglass sent over this announcement.
\" The Alumni Association of the CUA (Catholic University of America) School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) is pleased to announce the 2003 Stone Lecture. Sanford Berman will present \"Not in My Library: Issues of Workplace Speech and Governance.\" Berman has written extensively and especially on increasing access to libraries via attention to subject cataloguing and collection development. The program will be held on April 15th at 7:00 P.M. at the Life Cycle Institute auditorium on the CUA campus. Refreshments will be served in the lobby after the program.
Charles W. Bailey writes: \"Version 47 of the Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography
is now available. This selective bibliography presents over
1,800 articles, books, and other printed and electronic sources
that are useful in understanding scholarly electronic publishing
efforts on the Internet.
The HTML document is designed for interactive use. Each
major section is a separate file. There are links to sources
that are freely available on the Internet. It can be can be
searched using Boolean operators.
The HTML document includes three sections not found in
the Acrobat file.
Cites & Insights 3:3 (March 2003) is available as a PDF download.
This 20-page issue has \"way too much on copyright\"--Copyright Currents
and a separate perspective on Eldred v Ashcroft, amounting to slightly
more than 11 pages in all.
* Perspective: Midwinter Musings
* Bibs & Blather
* Copyright Currents
* Feedback & Following Up
* Ebooks & Etext
* Copyright Perspective: Thinking About Eldred v Ashcroft
* The Library Stuff