The Royal Society is offering public access to 60 of the most influential, inspiring, and intriguing papers it has published over the last 350 years, including those in the Philosophical Transactions, the oldest continuously published scientific journal in the world.
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Received a handsome postcard in this morning's snail mail---a reminder that the National Endowment for
Received a handsome postcard in this morning’s snail mail—a reminder that the National Endowment for the Arts is still accepting applications from nonprofit organizations to conduct month-long, community-wide reads through June 2011.
The Cliffside Park (N.J.) Public Library could be closed for two weeks after a fire ripped through the building November 30, causing extensive damage to books and two offices inside, according to the November 30
When villagers in Westbury-sub-Mendip in Somerset, England, found out that British Telecom was sponsoring a contest for creative uses of the phone booths they were decommissioning, Janet Fisher suggested converting theirs to a book exchange kiosk.
Last week, I wrote that the November 14 National Gaming Day event had some outstanding participation, "easily doubling the number of participants from last year, NGD mastermind Jenny Levine told American Libraries." Even though NGD d
Former First Lady Laura Bush, architect Robert A. M. Stern, and landscape architect Matthew Urbanski unveiled the design of the George W.
Last week a new staff task force on use of social media at ALA assembled, taking the first step toward moving ALA forward in the social media realm.