Morning Roundup: National Trust, could be improved, Books for Passover and more
April 14, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Public Access to Public Books: The Case of the National Trust (The Scholarly Kitchen)
But Newitt then points out that while the National Trust’s work in this regard has been invaluable and in many ways exemplary, it has left one important component of many of these properties far short of “open… to everyone”: the books that are housed in their libraries.
Digital Library Lending Has a Long Way to Go (GoodeReader)
It feels like every new step in the right direction also leads to a host of new problems and closures for public libraries where digital lending is concerned.
Books to Get You in the Passover Spirit (Book Riot)
It’s that time again, ladies and gents: that’s right, the Passover and Easter season. Easter bunnies everywhere, Manischewitz wine flying off the shelves- you know the drill.
Welcome to the Open Source Renaissance (GigaOM)
Ever-popular among developers, open source technology has moved away from the fringes of tech right to the center of the enterprise, thanks to its high level of security and agility.
Kindle Daily Deals: The Hanging Judge (and others)