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Marketing with Video: It’s Now Essential, and Easier Than You Might Think

The CatCase: a Bookcase and a Ideal Playground for Your Cat DesignRulz.com

N.Y. Designer Puts Lending Libraries Into Pay Phone Kiosks - NYTimes.com

Cruel Paradox of Self-Publishing

Why passwords have never been weaker—and crackers have never been stronger | Ars Technica

Local man leads library’s Little Golden Books hunt

An Old Friend in the Library

On the "L," e-books change spy game: Mapping what a city reads through public transportation

  • Rick Roche
    Rick Roche

    Don't you want to know what everyone is reading?

Worst Children in Literature - Rhoda from The Bad Seed by William March

Do you practice safe internet?

  • Rick Roche
    Rick Roche

    Here is some advice to make your use of public computers safer.

MakerBot Replicator is called a 3-D printer. It makes objects, sort of like on Star Trek Next Generation.

Engadget's tablet buyer's guide: spring 2012 edition

Punch cards (Rama [CC-BY-SA-2.0-fr], via Wikimedia Commons)

Which data storage method will be the next to die?

io9.com

Nice, but as long as there are readers, there will be scrolls.

Libraries: We're Netflix for books!

The Magazine of the Future (on floppy disk) 1987

  • Rick Roche
    Rick Roche

    The magazine could be viewed on Commodore Amiga computers, Atari ST computers and Atari 8-bit computers.

What City Buys the Most E-Readers?

Be careful what you order through the Kindle store. There are lots of copy-cat titles available from "Spamazon."

  • Rick Roche
    Rick Roche

    Beware. For many bestselling books, there are similarly titled knock-off books available for Kindle through Amazon.

Police go beyond the line of duty.

E-Book Borrowing, Preceded by E-Book Waiting

Birth of a Book. Video by Glen Milner.

Report on Freading, a platform for ebooks to libraries.

E-books in New Zealand

Little Free Library website