Librarian Secrets, Russian Lawsuits, and Deadly Diseases | Around the Web, Aug. 30, 2019

Each week, the LJ editors comb through the internet to find the best library-related news and tidbits. This week, a librarian shares lessons learned from working at all 28 branches of her public library system, the Internet Archive is tangled in lawsuits with Russia, and LitHub's spilling the tea.

Each week, the LJ editors comb through the internet to find the best library-related news and tidbits. This week, a librarian shares lessons learned from working at all 28 branches of her public library system, the Internet Archive is tangled in lawsuits with Russia, and LitHub's spilling the tea.

Chicago shows how public housing and libraries can coexist and be visually stunning. Now we need more of them. via Chicago Tribune

The Gift of a Public Library via The Atlantic

San Jose Public Library to Release New Cards With 49ers-Themed Design via NBC Bay Areaphoto: SFGate

Shhh...Secrets of the Librarians via LitHub

You Can Apparently Check Out Baking Pans From The Library, And It's Amazing via Delish

Library Books Were Once Blamed for Spreading Deadly Diseases via Mental Floss

What one woman learned working at every library in San Francisco via SFGate

Chinese University to start public archive on Hong Kong protests to document the movement and preserve material for future study via South China Morning Post

Internet Archive Faces Permanent ISP Blocking Following Audiobook Lawsuits via TorrentFreak.com

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