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Saturday, December 16, 2006

The Ten Library Stories That Shaped 2006


Another year, another few thousand stories on LISNews! Libraries make
the news constantly, and after going through thousands of stories from
around the world we've summarized the best, the most popular, the most
controversial, and the most entertaining of 2006.

10. New UCLA Slogan: "Get Tasered @ your library"
9. Ding Dong, Gorman Tenure Ends
8. Library Weblog Explosion, Redux
7. EPA Library Closure
6. Library 2.0 Meme
5. More Elephants in the Room
4. Censorship
3. 'Net Neutrality
2. P is for Privacy
1. The James Frey Fallout

Full story @ LISNews
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