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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...
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ATG Caught My Eye 1/29/15

Bookselling in Chicago: Past & Present by Carlos Martinez was brought to our attention by John Riley and since many of us are traveling to the Windy City for ALA Midwinter we thought it might add...

Caught My Eye: More on Swets

We thought we’d share a number of follow-up articles and posts that have both “caught our eye” and have added to the continuing saga of Swets filing for bankruptcy. Enjoy!   &n...
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Caught My Eye 6/17/14

Frustrated Scholar Creates New Way to Fund and Publish Academic Work  recounts the experience of Tim Petersen, a postdoctoral fellow in biology at Harvard University. He became disillusioned with the...

Caught My Eye 6/17/14

Frustrated Scholar Creates New Way to Fund and Publish Academic Work  recounts the experience of Tim Petersen, a postdoctoral fellow in biology at Harvard University. He became disillusioned with the...

Caught my Eye 5/19/14

University Presses Under Fire is a broad ranging article written by Scott Sherman and appearing in the Nation. In it Mr. Sherman that contends that university presses are under serious threat by a va...

ATG Caught My Eye 4/17/14

Marshall Breeding’s Library Systems Report 2014 was just posted by American Libraries.  In it Marshall offers a highly informed, thoroughly researched, and comprehensive report on a library tec...