Link Smorgasbord, July 22 - 28

The Human Body as Touchscreen Replacement
Interesting read

30 Things Librarians Love
Hehehe... yeah...

Keep Cool this National Ice Cream Month with Book-Inspired Flavors!
I would totally eat these.

Because copyright issues are not just a fight between technology innovation and content creation, it's WAY more than that.

Libraries & Privacy in the Internet Age
This is something I work with every day.

That’s Not Very Feminist of You, Bella: Feminism and YA Romance Novels

25 Signs You’re Addicted To Books
#8, 10, 13, & 15 describe me rather well.  My insomnia however is legitimate most of the time.

Think of this as an online reference desk for sex questions, which is fantastic since some questions can get awkward to ask at the reference desk (especially when a family comes up to borrow a museum pass).  Alternatively any good adult toy store should be knowledgeable enough to help you with your questions, but this medium may be more comfortable or convenient.

Wayward Manor
"Neil Gaiman" + "Video Game"
I hope my excitement is self-explanatory.  There are also some neat pre-order options for the game.
More: Neil Gaiman to Release First Video Game

Neil Gaiman reading The Graveyard Book
So it's not a free download, but you can stream this video of Gaiman reading his own work to your heart's content.  Sounds like a good deal to me.

On some noticeable changes in pricing recently on Amazon.


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