- Choosing Real-World Impact Over Impact Factor
- Practicing Freedom in the Digital Library
- Dandelions, Prestige, and the Measure of Scholars
- Programmers insist: “Everybody” does not need to learn to code
- Digital Decay by Bruce Sterling
- New York Public Library Rethinks Design
- CIOs Wear Second Hat (ie. head of small colleges libraries too)
- Can't Buy Us Love: The Declining Importance of Library Books and the Rising Importance of Special Collections
- A New Polemic: Libraries, MOOCs, and the Pedagogical Landscape
- Ethical reflections on MOOC-making (Rebecca Kukla)
- Why Teach English?
- Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence (what's the story on learning styles)
- Snapshots from NYPL and How Selfies Are Re-Energizing The New York Public Library
- John Scalzi: the internet's troll-slayer
- Libraries can embrace the use of altmetrics as a means to strengthen the functionality of institutional repositories.
- Course Blogging and Social Media – The Rudiments Just-in-Time
- Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology
Some truly fantastic information, Gladiolus I observed this. “Life is divided into the horrible and the miserable.” by Woody Allen.