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Copyright Office Issues New Report on Orphan Works and Mass Digitization Projects

The U.S. Copyright Office has issued a new report, Orphan Works And Mass Digitization, which identifies legislative proposals and other considerations to create mechanisms that allow for legal use of orphan works and mass digitization.   321 more words


Apple Loses Appeal In Ebook Case

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Apple’s arguments on appeal and upheld Judge Denise Cote’s finding that Apple violated the antitrust laws:

Defendants Apple, Macmillan, and Simon & Schuster appeal from a judgment of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (Cote, J.), entered on September 5, 2013. 230 more words

Publishing Industry

Computer Science Subjects Blog

Writing about something new needs focus and research in that related field of study which is accomplished by strengthening yourself and quick starting with all the matter needed.

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Tinder love

The original title of this post should be “Love in the time of Tinder”. However, let me expound further on the title post.

Age pressures us to act in a certain manner, especially when it comes to love and relationships. 429 more words

Life In General

Print Isn't Dying, It's Just Shrinking

There is an interesting discussion going on at my library.  As others may be doing, we are considering the proper mix between print and online resources.  547 more words

Legal Research

Pic of the Day: "Flight to Hong Kong" revisited

Our pic today revisits the foreign intrigue potboiler Flight to Hong Kong (1956), directed by Joseph M. Newman. Diamond smuggler Tony Dumont (Rory Calhoun… 41 more words

Timothy Carey

Quote of the Week

The three wonderfully distinctive personalities I encountered and will mention in this series were all outspoken, eccentric to be sure, but full of passion for the unusual things in life. 440 more words

Timothy Carey