Thank You, Judge Chin

Hot Topic of the Week, by Dennis Brunning (dennis.brunning@gmail.com) Re: Judge Chin’s ruling–I knew I should have bet on this…it didn’t look good when it started but that was...

Tell Us More Cornell

Hot Topic of the Week, by Dennis Brunning (dennis.brunning@gmail.com) Bit of a non-story as reported–the Cornell news flash. We librarians appear a bit lame. Back when I was negotiating, I pref...

ATG Star of the Week: Mark Kendall, YBP

Name: Mark Kendall Title: Senior Vice President, Global Sales Organization: YBP Library Services Address: 999 Maple St. Contoocook, NH USA 03229 Phone +1 603-746-3102 Fax +1 603-746-2747 Email mkenda...

Court Rejects Google Settlement​

We are looking for comments from the ATG community. Do you have one to post? From The Authors Guild, March 22, 2011: We’ve just learned that Judge Chin has rejected our proposed settlement in our law...

ATG Book of the Week: The Information

ATG Book of the Week March 21, 2011 THE INFORMATION A History. A Theory. A Flood. by James Gleick Illustrated. 526 pp. Pantheon Books. $29.95. 978-0375423727 More than just a history of bits, Gleick ...

ATG Article of the Week: The Future of the Textbook

ATG Article of the Week March 15, 2011 “The Future of the Textbook,” by Sara Killingsworth and Martin Marlow. Against the Grain, v.22#6 (Dec 2010/Jan 2011), p.45-48.  Are textbooks the last major eBo...

"I Wonder" Wednesday: License Agreements Poll

Welcome to “I Wonder” Wednesday!  Today we have a short (4 question) poll on license agreements.  Our thanks to Chuck Hamaker, UNC Charlotte, for providing the questions! [poll id=”...

ATG Book of the Week: The Atlas of New Librarianship

The ATG News Channel Book of the Week March 7, 2011 The Atlas of New Librarianship by R. David Lankes. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2011. Copublished with ACRL 408 pages. 78-0262015097 David Lankes ke...

ATG Hot Topic: iPad 2 Announced by Steve Jobs

by Dennis Brunning, Arizona State University IPAD 2 announced by Steve Jobs. This year’s version, coming March 11th (time to get in line) will feature two cameras, dual-processor, and most of all thi...