Google Reader Retires July 1st: Options for When Google Sucks ( New Stephen's Lighthouse)
It looks like Google executives don't care how popular and useful Google Reader is in the blogosphere and would not change their mind even after the huge public outcry.Stephen Abraham has assembled useful RSS reader alternatives.
12 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Online Security(ReadWriteWeb)
let's see how many of the online security points in this post, you are not familiar with.
Which 3D Printer is Right for Your Library?(Smart Libraries Newsletter/ALA TechSource)
Many libraries are or probably will be in the market for 3D printers, so this post comes right on time.
Looking to the future – 2013 Horizon Report( Connecting Librarian)
Massively open online courses (MOOCs),wearable technology,gamification and learning analytics are part of the predictions in this year's Horizon Report.
Presidents of New York City’s Libraries Testify On Proposed $106.7 Million Budget Cuts( INFOdocket)
These are the highest proposed budget cuts, which may cripple the three library systems in the five boroughs of New York city.
Sources of Free Images of Libraries( New Stephen's Lighthouse)
Recommended sites with free images from Stephen Abram.
Influx Introduces Prefab: A Ready-to-Launch Website Designed for Libraries by Librarians(INFOdocket)
Prefab, a turn-key website designed for libraries by the library "usability" experts Aaron Schmidt and Amanda Etches and their library consulting firm Influx.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Library offers Web access to world-renowned collection devoted to history of motion pictures(OCLC News)
Margaret Herrick Library Digital Collections now provides access to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Library materials.
Google Launches Help Center For Hacked Sites(Search Engine Land)
"Google has just launched a help center for hacked sites, complete with step-by-step instructions and videos that outline each part of the process".
Microsoft Adds Flash Back To IE10 – Is That A Good Thing?(ReadWriteWeb)
I guess Microsoft is not afraid of the security vulnerabilities associated with Adobe Flash and decided to add it back into the Internet Explorer 10 browsers used by Windows 8 and Windows RT.