I’m in time off recovery mode today, and possibly coming down with something so just some links for people today.
First up, since I haven’t hammered on it for awhile, the latest attack on the OCLC record use policy. This time it’s from the International Coalition of Library Consortia.
Next is a piece from the AP about a wikipedia hack conducted to test the accuracy of the media. The media failed to catch on, but wikipedia’s editors did a much better job.
And to wrap up, the next big search feature from Google Labs. They’re attempting to create a means of automatically compiling the results of a search into more workable forms (i.e. spreadsheets). Could be promising.