|Thursday, March 27, 2008|
Innovate or Die! That's the library-related headline of the week. Perhaps we should start up an Innovation Department in libraries. I'd be happy to come up with wacky ideas all day.|
The Librarians Index to the Internet is celebrating the beginning of baseball season by linking to a huge list of its baseball-related resources.
Another take on the "MLS or no MLS?" controversy is going around. (My personal take: I've learned more from experienced people with no MLS than inexperienced people with MLS degrees.)
If you're ever trying to explain why library budgets are always so constrained, take a look at the updated Sticker Shock slideshow at Cornell for its engineering journals. Whee!
Books for Ears is a neat website which reviews audio books - both the book itself and the reading of it. (Speaking of, has anyone else read Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell? It's reviewed on the front page here. I just finished reading it and liked it, but am unsure why it was such a big hit.)
And finally, here's a brainteasing quiz on music lyrics. Can you recognize a song's lyrics when the words are in alphabetical order? I got 27 out of 50 and thought I did pretty well.
Tomorrow: lots of links from others!
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