A libertarian institute offering dozens of out of print books for sale through Lulu. This is just how academia and libraries should be embracing print on demand technology.
Mises Institute Print on Demand’s Storefront – Lulu.com
The list of books they are publishing. Worth noting, is that it kind of makes sense that libertarians are the ones who thought to embrace a free and open marketplace like Lulu. Librarians as supporters of free and open marketplaces of ideas should take note.
Talis Platform news
“Welcome to the first issue of Talis Platform News, a new way for you to find out how we are continuing to develop the Talis Platform, and to share your own stories on putting it to use in powering the Web applications that matter to you.”
Submitting Written Testimony: Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control (Library of Congress)
“The Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control wants to know the viewpoints of all parties interested in this topic… written testimony will be accepted by the Working Group until July 31st, 2007.”
Highly recommended. I think a lot of Web 2.0 types in the profession argue for much the same, only expanded to include contributions from our patrons.