LISTen: An LISNews.org Program -- Episode #242
And we're back. The first episode after the production suspension has a series of brief essays followed by a news miscellany.
- Ars Technica: Arduino and Wi-Fi, together in the immediate future
- VodkaPundit: Does Sergey Know About Shrinkage?
- College Insurrection: Harvard Crimson now offering library sex tips
- The Volokh Conspiracy: Is the Library of Congress a Legislative Department or an Executive Department?
- Concurring Opinions: Copyright's Constitutional Chameleon
- Mashable: Report -- Yahoo Board Approves Tumblr Acquisition
- Identica: glynmoody -- #Yahoo Board Approves #Tumblr Acquisition - http //ur1.ca/dxl32 this will end in tears
- The Annoyed Librarian: How the Internet Replaces Libraries
- The Travelin' Librarian: What’s a Library? -- Written by a man rich enough to live on W. 53rd St. who’s never been to the library and Googles everything
- The Magpie Librarian: What’s a Library? -- Written by a man rich enough to live on W. 53rd St. who’s never been to the library and Googles everything
- Ars Technica: Blogger writes about predatory publishing, is threatened with $1B suit
- Popehat: OMICS Publishing Group Makes A Billion Dollar Threat
- Chronicle of Higher Education: Publisher Threatens to Sue Blogger for $1-Billion
- The Guardian: Chinese internet -- 'a new censorship campaign has commenced'
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