All Clippings From The ‘Buzz’ Category

A Question about the Classics

May 18th, 2012

Recently, Overdrive ran a promotion called the Duke Classics Giveaway, by which libraries that spent more than $3,500  on digital… click for more



This Deal Is Getting Worse All the Time

November 22nd, 2011

A second major publisher has altered the deal by which libraries can lend ebooks via libraryland über-vendor Overdrive. In February,… click for more



If Streaming isn’t Copying, can Libraries be Netflix?

October 11th, 2011

You may have seen the news last week that the lawsuit filed against UCLA by Ambrose Video Publishing and the Association… click for more



Ereader Boom II: Is your library ready?

October 7th, 2011

Yesterday, I spoke about Library Renewal at the annual meeting of the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services in Lansing, Michigan.… click for more



Library Digital Content at the Tipping Point

May 5th, 2011

“What will a collection look like in ten years?” This is the constant question of librarians, a target on the… click for more



Conversation: Outrage is Not Adaptive

March 6th, 2011

In the interest of continuing the conversation on this issue, we’d like to highlight some of the comments from the… click for more



Outrage is Not Adaptive

March 1st, 2011

So, another warning shot has been fired in these early days of the Information Revolution.  Of course it’s outrageous. The… click for more



eBook User’s Bill of Rights

February 28th, 2011

This is from Sarah Houghton-Jan and Andy Woodworth – and we really like it! We think it covers readers, authors,… click for more



Helping Customers with ebooks – one example

February 20th, 2011

I find it interesting to see how individual libraries deal with the growing number of ebooks, ebook readers, digital content… click for more