Finding Physical Properties of Chemicals: A Practical Guide for Scientists, Engineers, and Librarians (pdf)
From Twitter, "New Zealand music month + free performances = [Dunedin Public Library's] YouTube channel http://bit.ly/7WgU0 enjoy!"
"University of Oregon Library['s] faculty unanimously passed a resolution requiring all library faculty-authored scholarly articles to be licensed CC BY-NC-ND." That is, they retain copyright but authorise anyone to copy, share and use it so long as they attribute its source (BY), use it for non-commercial purposes only (NC), and don't change it (non-derivative=ND).
Notes from a presentation "on the potential use of mobile devices and cell phones for providing library services and resources".
More and more people have web-enabled cellphones. Examples of libraries who've done this include: