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Hill Library Trends Newsletter - June 2008
The Hill Library Trends Newsletter looks at what’s new in libraries, business, and technology by highlighting relevant reports, articles, and blog entries. It saves you time by bringing to light issues affecting these industries today and issues that may affect them tomorrow.
In the June 2008 issue, the Encyclopedia Britannica bends to the wiki model, the Associated Press smacks down bloggers with (overzealous?) copyright restrictions, and an international agreement changes the makeup of URLs in a major way. Also, remember when Twitter died last month? You can relax and stop worrying. FriendFeed is here to replace it.
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