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ATG Caught My Eye 8/16/15

The Podcast Resurgence: Your Definitive Listening Guide is an article from the Wall Street Journal about a technology that is making a surprise comeback.  Once hailed as the future of radio only to f...
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ATG Caught My Eye 8/3/15

India Loves MOOCs is a recent post in the MIT Review by George Anders that offers a different perspective on MOOCs.   Mr. Anders points out that MOOCs are not having the major impact on the US and Eu...
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ATG Caught My Eye 7/13/15

HEFCE, Elsevier, the “copy request” button, and the future of open access is a post from Richard Poynder’s OPEN & SHUT blog that examines some possible ramifications of Elsevier’s recently develo...
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High Street vs. the Internet

Happy Monday to you! Here’s an interesting infographic from broadbandwherever exploring the disruptive impact internet-age companies had on more traditional business models: Blockbuster vs. Net...
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ATG Caught My Eye 5/6/15

 Stepping back from sharing is the latest post from Kevin Smith and his Scholarly Communications @Duke blog. It’s a provocative piece in which Kevin takes Elsevier to task “about its new ...
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RUMORS from the ATG NewsChannel 4/6/15

Fans of “true crime” will be thrilled by this post from the NY Times on March 20th. “Dusting Off a Police Trove of Photographs to Rival Weegee’s”  reports that “many … [crime lab] photos ...
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ATG Caught my Eye 3/18/15

Could An Overdependence on Data Hurt The Book Industry? is a piece from the editors at BookBusiness that raises some interesting questions.  It points out that in this world of big data “some i...
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ATG Caught My Eye 2/26/15

  Why digital natives prefer reading in print. Yes, you read that right  is another recent article noting a fascinating phenomena. “Textbook makers, bookstore owners and college student su...