I purchased this 16 GB flash drive at Office Max for $12 – memory is getting super cheap.
Monthly Archives: June 2013
This is your chance to be part of library technology history – be a supporter of Librarybox! Librarybox is a low-budget way to share files with anyone (even without Internet or power). While I can think of dozens of ways to use Librarybox inside my library or during outreach – Librarybox provides a unique way for those in third world countries to bring technology and reading to students. If you’re a programmer, you’ll be delighted to know Librarybox’s source code is open source. Hope you can help support this awesome project!
Copyright law isn’t an easy thing for the non-librarian to understand. Too often the reasons for copyright are weighted down by what users can’t do and usage fees. I was recently delighted to see The University at Albany Libraries created a YouTube video which focuses on the reason for copyright – authorship!