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Scott Douglas pontificates on a major change coming to MAD Magazine.
Scott Douglas blogs about his brief attempts to sell "Quiet, Please" to Hollywood, and posts the first episode to a TV Pilot based on the book: http://www.scottdouglas.org/tvpilot.htm. Scott's original blog post is found at http://speakquietly.blogspot.com/2009/01/quiet-please-tv-show.html.
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Former PCWorld Editor-in-Chief Harry McCracken wrote at his site, Technologizer, about how the term "libraries" may join the user interface of Windows 7.
Michael McGrorty shares a library worker survey of Presidential candidates
Rafe Needleman at CNET's WebWare takes a look at some of the bigger Web 2.0 tech outages so far in 2008.
An interesting piece written by a library advisory board member framing reference services offered in the context of dealing with recent wildfires in California.
A Texas librarian talks about the thrill of speaking to a One Read author who was coming for a visit.
The discrimination case over Harry Potter is not over yet, Baptist Press News reports
Some praise for security staff at Minneapolis Public Library's central library
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