In week 26, I don't have much time for blogging, so let's start.
EBSCO Publishing releases Community College eBook Collection( Library Technology Guides)
Community College eBook Collection is the name of th enew collection addes to EBSO, which cover 40,000 titles in all kinds of subjects from technology to literary criticism.
Libraries, patrons, and e-books(Pew Internet)
An alarming number of 62% of ages 16 and older didnt know if their library offered e-book lending, according to the latest Pew Internet study.
Libraries and Data Management (The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian's Weblog)
Libraries as hubs for digital data, an interesting idea, which tme I am sure will come.
New European Library Portal Formally Launches, Discover More than 200 Million Items from European Academic Libraries(INFOdocket)
The European Library www.theeuropeanlibrary.org , provides access to the collections of national and university libraries from 46 European countries.
Microsoft Gets Social With $1.2 Billion Yammer Acquisition( Search Engine Watch)
It interesting to see where Microsoft will bring Yammer, a leading social network company for enterprise companies with more than 5 million corporate users, including employees at 85 percent of the Fortune 500.
Google Nexus Tablet Released (The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian's Weblog)
Introductory video for the new Google Nexus tablet.
The Future of Library Services conference( Phil Bradley's weblog)
Phil Bradley discusses the future of library services in England, and although these libraries are far away from the American land, the questions that need to be answered, remain the same.
Google Docs Will Now Support Offline Editing (TechCrunch)
The long anticipated offline editing is now available for Google Docs.
Google Now: Contextual Results With Real-Time Reminders And Data(TechCrunch)
Android users can now enjoy real-time reminders about games, birthdays,more relevant search results and real-time updates, with Google Now