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Paul Gallagher's DALNET presentation

Kathy Petlewski's Thoughts from a Well-Rounded Librarian blog

eBook Reader Review

eReader Comparison

eBook Reader Comparison

HarperCollins

The following is a list of blog posts, articles, and discussion about HarperCollins' February 2011 announcement limiting eBooks to 26 uses.

Twitter #hcod

Archiving the HarperCollins revolt via Twitter

3/29 Library Journal summary

3/14 ALA press release

3/14 Publishers Weekly article

3/9 CBC article

3/8 From the ALA Washington Office: American Library Association tackles new challenges in the e-environment

3/8 Library Journal - Library Consortia Begin To Vote Against HarperCollins Ebook Checkout Policy

3/8 USA Today article

3/8 Guardian article

3/8 Self-destructing ebooks

3/7 Library Journal article by Michael Kelley: Library Consortia Begin To Vote Against HarperCollins Ebook Checkout Policy

3/3 ALA Note on Facebook 3/3: A Message Regarding E-books

3/2 FreeRangeLibrarian blog post 3/2: The Harper Collins Boycott, and What 26 Checkouts Look Like

3/1 Library Journal by Hadro and Fialkoff 3/1: HarperCollins, OverDrive Respond as 26 Loan Cap on Ebook Debate Heats Up

3/1 Message from HarperCollins 3/1

3/1 Message from OverDrive 3/1

2/28 ThisBookIsOverdue blog post 2/28: The 27th Patron

2/28 Well-Rounded Librarian blog post 2/28: Whose E-Book Is It?

2/28 Loose Cannon Librarian blog post 2/28: On Boycotts and Readers’ Rights

2/28 TheLearnedFanGirl blog post 2/28: The Future of the Publishing Industry (or why terms of service are so important): HarperCollins Part Two

2/28 TheLearnedFanGirl blog post 2/28: The Future of the Publishing Industry (or why terms of service are so important): HarperCollins Part One

2/28 GoToHellman blog post 2/28: What is a Limited-Check-Out eBook Worth?: Two Polls

2/28 Librarian By Day blog post 2/28: The eBook User's Bill of Rights See also: The eBook User's Bill of Rights by Andy, AgnosticMaybe

2/28 Librarian By Day blog post 2/28: Is a boycott of HarperCollins the right course of action at this time?

2/28 Librarian in the Cloud blog post 2/28: What ebook reaction best serves our patrons

2/28 theanalogdivide blog post 2/28: Holding our breath till we turn blue

2/27 NYT by Julie Bosman 2/27: A Limit on Lending E-Books

2/27 Website for HarperCollins boycott

2/26 Library Renewal blog post 2/26: Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal

2/25 BoingBoing by Cory Doctorow 2/25: HarperCollins to libraries: we will nuke your ebooks after 26 checkouts

2/25 David Lee King blog post 2/25: Let's Play Rent-A-Book

2/25 David Lee King blog post 2/25: Questions that need answers

2/25 Librarian By Day blog post 2/25: Publishing industry forces OverDrive and other library ebook vendors to take a giant step back

2/25 Librarian in Black blog post 2/25: Library eBook Revolution, Begin

2/25 librarian.net blog post 2/25: HarperCollins vs. libraries battling for the future of lending digital content

2/25 Library Journal by Josh Hadro 2/25: HarperCollins puts 26 loan cap on ebook circulations

2/25 ReadWriteWeb by Audrey Watters 2/25: This library ebook will self-destruct after 26 check outs

2/25 Roy Tennant blog post 2/25: A bridge too far

2/24 OverDrive Partner Library Update 2/24 (PDF)

2/24 OverDrive Partner Library Update 2/24 (PDF)