Robots Go in Public Libraries, New Search Engines For the Deep Web, ProgrammingLibrarian.org Debuts

Before changing completely the way posts are written on my blog, let's try to catch up with the latest in the library tech world.

Robot Extends Library Services (Library Technology Guides Blog)

This is more about vending machines providing service than robots, but it is still interesting.

10 Search Engines to Explore the Deep Web…03.15.10 10 ( The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian's Weblog)

The Deep Web is always underexploited, so more search engine tools will definitely benefit you.

ProgrammingLibrarian.org Debuts New Features, E-Newsletter ( Resourceshelf)

For all librarians involved in setting up programs and events, this resource is needed.

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One Response to Robots Go in Public Libraries, New Search Engines For the Deep Web, ProgrammingLibrarian.org Debuts

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