Anyone know anything about PhilPapers? Just got a weird email from them that seems a bit off in tone. Here's a snippet. "Those institutions that have not purchased a subscription by June 1, 2014 will have their access restricted in various ways explained on the site. Since PhilPapers replaces traditional commercial indexes, we believe that it is...
Awwwww. A line from the comments section of a campus survey: "Iris Jastram is a gem. She is the most helpful, most upbeat, and most knowledgeable library liaison I could imagine, and I'm really glad I get to work with her!"
Copyright question: Do you post a copyright notice on or near your public photocopiers? While this used to be common practice at MPOW, it's no longer the case, and we're now passionately debating the issue. Do you feel it's your library's responsibility to post such notices? If yes, do you do it for legal reasons or for educational purposes?
Cod Signal! Please recommend (or identify yourself as) someone who studies and thinks about "community sourcing" (people helping each other via Facebook, Twitter... Friendfeed... like I'm asking for right now). Bonus for being in the Minnesota/Iowa/Wisconsin area.
As I have been learning about data and maps, I keep thinking about library support for non-profit organizations. If a non-profit organization doesn't hire a librarian themselves, are they out of luck? Or do you know of libraries or librarians who specifically support the non-profit sector?