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RT @Choire: Twitter loses $46 million a month. The New York Times has profit of almost $2 million a month.
RT @tranlib: Interesting idea. Also Silicon Valley hubris. Why Banning Uber Makes Seoul Even More of a Sharing City http://www.shareable.net/blog...
RT @octonion: 5 Arrested in Math Lab Bust. https://twitter.com/octonio...
RT @carlzimmer: I expect fine things from @maggiekb1 's email newsletter: http://maggiekb.us8.list-manage.com/subscri...
RT @JRMorber: Is it possible that @m_m_campbell read this many stories this week? http://www.scilogs.com/six_inc...
RT @raganwald: Don’t say, “Users are familiar with the shitty apps we design for them, and don’t know any better.” Just say, “Stockholm Syndrome."
RT @SarcasticRover: Someone's forcing a robot to hitchhike across Canada, probably in search of Tim-Bits. You can follow its adventures @hitchBOT.
RT @JazzTimes: A children's book about Sun Ra? Makes sense to us! http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithso...
RT @xeni: setting up a little tumblog called http://holyfuckingshitebola.tumblr.com
RT @NowOverAndOut: worth the read (also about start-ups) RT @mims: This Is What Tech's Ugly Gender Problem Really Looks Like http://nuzzel.com/shareds...
RT @HarvardBiz: The right way to think about innovation policy http://blogs.hbr.org/2014...
RT @EricStoller: Colleges and Universities: Deliver Value and Measure http://www.impatientoptimists.org/Posts...
RT @pamryan: Edmonton Public Library's Statement on Open Data: http://www.epl.ca/opendata @EPLdotCA
RT @jenfoolery: Thus business of listening to music on your phone without headphones has got to die.
RT @mhdiaz: The Modernization Of Computer Science Education http://getpocket.com/s...
RT @TomDispatch: Naomi Oreskes, “Wishful Thinking About Natural Gas,Why Fossil Fuels Can’t Solve the Problems Created by Fossil Fuels” http://www.tomdispatch.com/blog...
The Grand Budapest Hotel is kind of like a cross between Casablanca and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World but written by Franz Kafka.
RT @Bibliohart: The ALA Wants You to Know that Libraries Are More Than Just a “Netflix for Books” http://the-digital-reader.com/2014...
It is? - Joe
A little struck by the piece's harping on how "out of date" a fall 2013 survey is. - Walt Crawford
RT @gilmani: Well played. "Reactionary Rhetoric Against Open Access Publishing" http://www.triple-c.at/index...
RT @openscience: To reward science data sharing, software development, annotations, etc. http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.5117 by @danielskatz and @arfon #openscience
RT @DianeOrihel: Delighted to see @mikedesouza join the Toronto Star to report on #cdnpoli. Great move @torontostar http://www.thestar.com/news... #journalism
RT @rebeccajonesgal: Books out, entrepreneurship & invention in @ #publiclibraries; New Scientist, July 2014; http://www.newscientist.com/article...
RT @McGillLib: Great piece! "@JMarianScott: @GuyBerthiaume2 @McGillLib Thanks LAC & McGill for wonderful images http://ww1.canada.com/home-fr... … via @canadadotcom
RT @daskey: 3d printers are great tools, but require near constant tinkering to make them work properly. am happy to share experiences.
RT @Impactstory: "Openness is an essential part of earning trust. @nature welcomes a diversity of [#impact] indicators.” http://www.nature.com/nature... #metrics
RT @nlafferty: It’s not just David Byrne and Radiohead: Spotify, Pandora and how streaming music kills jazz and classical http://www.salon.com/2014...
RT @glecharles: Libraries have a branding and PR problem. RT @LibraryJournal: Librarians, Media React to Launch of Kindle Unlimited http://www.thedigitalshift.com/2014...
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